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  • Furlough Scheme Extended

    5 November 2020 The UK government announced this week they have extended the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme for one month, with employees receiving 80% of their current wages for hours not worked. The extension will stay open until December with maximum payments of £2500 per month. The cost for employers to...
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  • Changes to the New Job Support Scheme

    29 October 2020 As the furlough scheme is ending 1 November, the UK government has been working on a new job support scheme to replace wages and help businesses survive the ongoing economic hardships brought on by the pandemic. New changes to the Job Support Scheme were just announced, with the government set to r...
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  • How Do You Master Software

    21 October 2020 This article written by Stuart Hall MCIPPdip MA PGMdip, of Payescape Limited, published in the CIPP October issue of Professional in Payroll, Pensions and Reward Magazine  What are you like when you receive a new gadget? Are you the type who opens the box and dives straight in looking for the ...
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  • EU Begins Legal Action Against UK

    15 October 2020 The EU announced they are beginning legal action against the UK for legislation Boris Johnson recently created. This new legislation overrides the Northern Ireland protocol set forth in the Brexit negotiations. The Northern Ireland protocol eliminated the border checks between Northern Ireland and I...
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  • New Job Support Scheme

    8 October 2020 As the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ends 31 October, the UK government has announced a new Job Support Scheme. This new measure is for employees who are currently employed, but due to COVID-19 are working less hours than normal. Employees must have a UK bank account and be part of an employer P...
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  • Payescape New Office in Ballymoney

    1 October 2020 Payescape is excited to announce we have moved to a new office location in the historic town centre of Ballymoney. The First Minister of Northern Ireland, Arlene Foster, was on site for the ribbon cutting ceremony to open the new office, located on Church Street in Ballymoney. The previous off...
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  • Will the UK government Extend Job Support?

    24 September 2020 As job losses continue to rise, questions are being asked if the UK government will create a new scheme to help businesses recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Some key economists and labor unions are asking the UK government to identify how to help employers after the 31 October expiration of the Coro...
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  • Furlough Fraud Increases

    17 September 2020 Employers have been trying to adapt to evolving payroll regulations over the last several months. Making changes to the payroll process each month have led to manual errors as payroll teams and organisations struggle to keep up. HMRC has recently revealed that there have been fraudulent furlough pa...
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  • Is your Technology Working for You?

    10 September 2020 Updated: Over the last several months, companies faced unprecedented challenges including moving operations offsite, employees working from home, and ensuring business continuity. Technology has provided companies opportunities to remain in contact, video conference, and maintain business operation...
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  • Critical Dates for Payroll Reporting

    4 September 2020 Updated: As payroll teams continue to manage new furlough changes and deadlines, there are many critical dates for regular payroll reporting that must be met each year. As of 1 September, the government will pay employees 70% of their wages, so employers must pay employees the remaining 10% up to a...
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