Overtime to be included in holiday pay

Employers should factor non-guaranteed overtime into holiday pay calculations, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has found. However, the judgement has limited the potential for back-dated claims. The EAT’s decision to include overtime within annual leave wage calculations will lead to higher costs for many employers. “However, any claims in respect of underpaid holiday pay in […]

November 4, 2014 By SGW Payroll | Payroll

Are you legally compliant for Auto Enrolment? If not, ACT NOW before it’s too late…

Every small to medium sized company will legally have to enrol into a pension scheme over the next few years. With only now potentially three pension providers taking these new companies this could lead to a recipe for an administration nightmare! This is why every company should act sooner rather than later to avoid the […]

September 11, 2014 By SGW Payroll | Payroll

Parental Leave

From April 2015 new mothers and their partners, who are eligible, will be able to share up to 52 weeks of leave in total, between them, either in alternating blocks or taken together (subject to final Parliamentary approval). Employees expecting babies on or after the 5th April 2015 will qualify, so employers can expect enquiries […]

September 4, 2014 By SGW Payroll | Payroll

National Payroll Week!

This September celebrates National Payroll Week! Everyone tends to have a specific day, week or month that they get paid. And it is essential that this is reliable! Paying employees the correct amount on time keeps your business running smoothly and your workers happy! National Payroll Week recognises the contribution that payroll makes to the […]

August 18, 2014 By SGW Payroll | Payroll

Pay As You Earn

HMRC will introduce in-year penalties for failing to file PAYE submissions on time from 6th October 2014. You should therefore make sure that all submissions due for all of your PAYE schemes are fully up to date by 5th October 2014. When will HMRC raise a filing penalty? The HMRC will apply penalties: a.) where […]

July 29, 2014 By SGW Payroll | Payroll

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