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Running a business, among other things, involves managing your capital against your liabilities. These include known liabilities as well as anything unforeseen - such as theft, property damage or employee injury. It is for these unforeseen reasons that many businesses opt for liability insurance, part of which is payroll insurance.
As an employer, there are a number of need-to-knows such as maternity leave duration, payment, and returning to work. This article covers all the important information, plus a few common questions around maternity and paternity leave.
When it comes to working out holiday entitlement for employees, it can be a bit of a minefield. Working out annual leave for employees should be easy, but when you have employees on part-time and zero-hour contracts, it becomes overly complicated.
Each year there are new legislative changes that impact payroll requirements. Staying ahead of new regulations and ensuring compliance can be difficult for payroll teams. Many companies face payroll challenges due to technology gaps and manual processes that could be avoided with the right tools in place.
In an ideal world, every business owner will always need their employees. After all, it costs money to recruit, train and retain employees.
But extenuating circumstances such as company restructures, mergers and acquisitions, relocations, lack of sales and more often lead to redundancies.
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