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Understand the impact of the latest case law on payroll

National Minimum Wage and Employment Status are the biggest legislation issues employers must consider when employing staff and running payroll.

Recent case law is driving changes to employment status and organisations must now carefully consider the correct status of their staff to ensure they stay legally compliant, these issues have a significant impact on costs, conditions and employee protection. The ever-changing IR35 landscape provides payroll and HR with further challenges, and this will also be covered on the course.

The treatment of National Minimum Wage has also been under the microscope as HMRC increases its review of organisations and what employers consider time worked, employee deduction and correct levels of pay for work.

With over 400 companies being named and shamed for inconsistency or failure to pay the correct income, employers need to ensure that their payroll correctly reflects the latest regulations and case law.

Courses Overview

Duration: 1/2 day Price: £267+VAT CPD: 6 hours certificate

Who will it benefit?

This payroll training course is perfect for anyone with responsibility for running compliant payrolls together with HR and recruitment teams who need to understand the correct status of appointing employees.

What you'll achieve?

Delegates will gain a full understanding of these two key payroll issues enabling a them to avoid breaching NMW rules, avoid company fines and contract staff under the correct employment regulations.

Course Content

This course will assist employers in understanding the employment status of existing and future staff and will also review the rules and possible pitfalls complying with NMW standards.

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  • NMW Act 1998
  • Requirements of an employer
  • Those who are entitled to NMW/NLW
  • Those who are not entitled
  • Definitions of workers: who is and is not considered a worker
  • Work: what counts or does not count as work
  • What rules do and do not impact on the hourly rate
  • Accommodation
  • How the offset works
  • Compliance
  • Disputes
  • HMRC enforcement
  • Penalties
  • Case Law
  • Name and Shame List
  • Identification of employment status
  • Employed or self-employed
  • Reason for correct identification of
  • Employee
  • Worker
  • Legislation
  • Penalties
  • Employer liability
  • Case Law
  • Problematic employments
  • Agency workers
  • Office holders
  • Sub-contractors
  • Personal Service Companies
  • IR35
  • Current rules
  • Public off-payroll working
  • Private off-payroll working consultation

"My team always attends the annual Payroll and HR Update course. Essential information covering often complex legislative changes, always presented by excellent trainers with in depth knowledge of their subject. A 'must attend' course for any serious payroll professional."

Deon Piovesan
Finance and Payroll Manager at Capital City College Group

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