The Top Five Most Read Payroll Blog Posts From May
Here are the top 5 most popular blog articles from May which cover payroll.
You can also read the top five most read auto enrolment blogs from May here.
This month’s top five payroll blogs cover Employment Allowance, digital payslips, The Business Show, the National Living Wage and the reduction it’s having on people’s employee benefits as businesses attempt to cut costs, and the upcoming changes to Gender Pay Reporting.
NICs Employment Allowance Changes: Who Will Be Affected?
From April 2016, the amount of NICS Employment Allowance that a business can claim rose by £1,000 and now stands at £3,000 per year. Is your business receiving all that it can?
Digital Payslips: Why It’s Time To Join The 21st Century
Is your business still printing payslips and other communications? Maybe you’re emailing payslips to your employees? Today’s blog looks at the main reason why you shouldn’t.
IRIS On The Road To The Business Show at ExCeL London
IRIS & KashFlow were at the UK’s largest B2B event, The Business Show between May 11th and 12th. We’ll be at stand 2440 for all things payroll and software and will be presenting a brand new HR product at the show, so make sure you’re there!
National Living Wage Brings Reduction in Job Perks
Employees now receiving the new National Living Wage are reporting that their employer has reduced the amount of staff ‘perks’ they get as a result
Gender Pay Reporting: know the key information
Gender Pay Reporting is a hot topic in the world of Human Resources at present. From October 1st, the Equality Act 2010 is expected to come into force, which will require UK businesses with over 250 employees to report on any potential gender pay difference amongst its employees.