Blog | Page 22 of 59 | Moorepay

Blog

October 18, 2021

How to measure the true value of your outsourced payroll service

According to research from YouGov 70% of organisation outsource part of their business to external suppliers. If you’re outsourcing payroll with a managed payroll solution, how are you measuring the true value? We’ve pulled together a few killer questions to ask yourself when thinking about outsourcing value. Does opting for a managed payroll solution help me reduce headcount? Outsourcing your payroll might mean you can reduce the headcount in your payroll team, or wherever this function sits within your business. This extra flexibility may allow…

View Post
October 17, 2021

5 Reports to request from your payroll provider that will change your life

What reports should I request from my managed payroll provider? Outsourced payroll may do all of the heavy lifting in the payroll department, but to maintain your payroll visibility there are some reports you’ll want from your supplier. While great payroll providers will grant you access to these reports as standard, some providers out there might need a little probing. It’s important to stay close to your businesses payroll data even if you outsource your provisions. Payroll calculations and reports Usually, an outsourced provider will…

View Post
reports from payroll provider
October 16, 2021

Revealed! The worrying true cost of all those payroll errors…

How much could payroll inaccuracies be costing you? Payroll. Get it right and it’s happy days! But fail to cover the basics and you’re looking at fines, peeved off employees and a loss of reputation. This is what payroll inaccuracies are really costing you as a business. Payroll in accuracies come in many forms: employee overpayment, underpayment, failure to adhere to legislation and so much more. While the direct costs of these inaccuracies might be visible in your bottom line, the indirect costs might be…

View Post
true cost of payroll errors
October 15, 2021

How to check up on payroll compliance: outsourced edition

We live in a world where everyone is a self-confessed expert, with millions of years of expertise and a degree in payroll compliance. While you should be able to trust your outsourced payroll provider, here are a few things you should be checking up on. Accreditations Yes, we’re talking those shiny badges. Lots of outsourced payroll providers will be accredited, but is their accreditation up to date? And what does it really mean? When trusting an outsourced payroll provider you’ll want to keep tabs on…

View Post
ask your payroll provider
October 14, 2021

4 ways to get compliance visibility when your payroll is outsourced

While you might trust that your supplier is keeping you complaint, as a business you should be paying attention to the finer details when it comes to payroll compliance with your outsourced supplier. Your supplier might talk the talk, but can they walk the walk too? Here are our top tips for getting greater compliance visibility from your supplier. Look for the badges From the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professional’s PAS, (Payroll Assurance Scheme) to relationships with the HMRC, accredited by the Bacs Approved Bureau…

View Post
4 ways get compliance visibility when payroll outsourced
October 13, 2021

How to ensure outsourced payroll is accurate

Unfortunately, just because you outsource your payroll doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed accurate payroll processing. You and your employees could still end up on the back foot. Here’s a few tips for ensuring a timely and accurate outsourced payroll. The bottom line is even outsourced providers get it wrong sometimes, and that’s why it’s important as a business to keep tabs on payroll accuracy. So, what can you do to ensure payroll accuracy? Select an experienced supplier Let’s go back to the very beginning. When selecting…

View Post
ensuring payroll accuracy when outsourcing payroll
October 11, 2021

Data tips: 5 ways to speed up the new starter process

You’ve found the perfect company fit, hurrah! And a sure-fire way to annoy your new golden employee is to input their data wrong, only for them to miss their first payday. You might laugh, but it’s been known to happen! Follow these five top tips on data for a smooth new starter transition. Get the right information It may seem pretty self-explanatory, but getting the right information from the get-go is crucial to a smooth start. Depending on how your payroll is set-up (managed or…

View Post
Data tips speed new starter process
October 6, 2021

Should employees be allowed to take sick leave for period pains?

According to a recent UK-wide survey, 26% of employees feared their manager wouldn’t consider period pain a legitimate illness, and therefore not a good enough reason to be absent from work. As such, up to a quarter of those surveyed admitted to lying to their manager about their true reason for absence. How should employers approach period pain when cited by an employee as a reason for absence? Are the symptoms a good enough reason for employees to be absent from work? And should an…

View Post
period pain
October 5, 2021

Covid spot-checks reveal wider health and safety breaches

A contractor was recently prosecuted after a Covid-19 spot check revealed multiple breaches in health and safety. How can employers protect themselves from a similar outcome? With Covid-19 taking priority for many health and safety professionals, it seems that the other aspects of safety may be being forgotten. In one instance, a construction contractor was fined after multiple health and safety issues were found during a proactive Covid spot check  in Manchester. This included welfare, working at height, site security, electricity, and Covid-19. After issuing…

View Post
the effect of brexit on health and safety
October 1, 2021

What does it mean to celebrate Black History Month in 2021?

What is Black History Month Black History Month (BHM) is a time to recognise and celebrate the achievements of people with African or Caribbean heritage, and understand the enormous impact of black heritage and culture on the UK. Despite black ethnic groups making up 3.3% of the UK population, our current education system barely scratches the surface of black history. This month aims to shine a spotlight on the events that may have been kept in the dark, and take a look closer at the…

View Post
black history month 2021