Time for a Payroll Spring Cleaning!

March 23, 2020,8:35 am

Spring is in the air and what better time is there to clean up, get organised, and let some fresh air into your payroll department.  It’s time for a Payroll Spring Cleaning! The hectic part of the year is in the rear-view and some businesses may have a little bit of downtime that can be used for other tasks.

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International Women's Day

How to celebrate International Women’s Day as an employer?

March 5, 2020,9:26 am

International Women’s Day (IWD) is held on March 8th each year, with celebrations occurring since 1911. This global day is a celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political accomplishments of women. International Women’s Day also marks the need for accelerating gender equality, especially in the workplace and considering the recent spotlight on the Gender Pay Gap in Ireland and the UK. 

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Tax Deadline Dates for March 2020: A Useful Guide

March 1, 2020,10:25 am

Is it March already? It must be your lucky month then because our useful guide for tax dates and deadlines for payroll in the UK and Ireland, will help you navigate through this busy season.

HMRC Tax Deadline Dates

March 1st: Payment of any outstanding income and CGT in respect of personal tax returns for 2017/18 to avoid 5% surcharge (the last date to avoid surcharge is 30 days after 31 Jan).

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Love Payroll Software Code

4 Things We Love About Payroll Software

February 14, 2020,10:18 am

Valentine’s Day is usually associated with chocolate and flowers, and the chance to show love and appreciation to your partner, friends and even colleagues. But it’s also a great time to appreciate the things that make your work life more comfortable – like your Payroll Software! We love payroll software,

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Sickie Day

National Sickie Day: The Reason, Effect and the Solution.

February 3, 2020,9:13 am

Is your office beginning to look a little empty this February? Well, everyone’s heard of the standard Monday blues, and even the infamous Blue Monday in January. However, the latest absence figures have found that the first Monday of February is notorious for non-attendance at work, earning it the name ‘National Sickie Day’.

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