info@sandrasilk.co.uk
Call us on 01722 341820

Matching "Employee" Tag

8 articles 
 
I have been asked several times recently how much to pay someone both in terms of a new employee and as a pay rise.  There are really 3 things to consider when you are deciding what to pay:…
An EU court recently awarded a man 13 years of backdated holiday pay.  The EU court supported the man's claim for 13 years worth of unpaid and untaken annual leave despite him having a "self-employed commission-only" contract.  His employers had refused to pay him holiday pay on the basis that he was "self-employed" and therefore any holiday he took was unpaid. This decision is significant…
Did you know that if your employee is not reimbursed for travel or things they buy for work they can claim tax relief? The tax relief is claimed online…
The media has been reporting recently on HMRC inquiries into the employment status of BBC personnel. The inquiries will establish whether workers should be taxed as employees or whether they are self employed. HMRC have always been very clear that employment status is never a matter of choice but is dictated by the employment relationship. So how can you, as an employer or an employee, ensure you are not subject to an HMRC inquiry?…
From 1st October 2016 new minimum wage rates will apply to workers up to the age of 24. The National Living Wage rate of £7.20 per hour which was applicable from 1st April 2016 doesn't change. The National Living Wage must be paid to workers aged 25 and over.…
When an employee hands in their notice the first thing you will think about is how you are going to manage without them and how you are going to find a replacement soon enough for your leaving employee to train them. Most small businesses will not have sufficient resources to have trained a "spare" and unless it is a role you don't need to replace you will probably have a very short handover period or even a gap between employees.…
If you are a business owner do you have the skills you need to process the payroll for your employees? It is not always as straightforward as you think and you will only find that out when you have an angry employee or two demanding explanations or HMRC contacting you. Is it worth the risk?…
We were recently asked by one of our client employer's whether an employee could use some of their holiday entitlement instead of having 3 days unpaid before receiving Statutory Sick Pay (SSP). …
Copyright © 2018 Sandra Silk Bookkeeping and Business Services Ltd  |  All Rights Reserved
Unit 21 Portway Business Centre
Old Sarum, Salisbury
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP4 6QX

e: info@sandrasilk.co.uk
t: 01722 341820