As an employer, you are bound to have a whole host of questions, and it’s not always easy to find the answers.
We have listed a bunch of useful links to sites with information we are frequently asked for.
This list is updated regularly and we endeavour to make sure the links are up to date and relevant but we can’t always guarantee the quality/accuracy of external sites… some people just aren’t as incredible as us. *sigh*
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This is a handy tool to use if you’re thinking of engaging the services of a self employed contractor. You can use it to confirm whether they are employed or self-employed for tax, National Insurance contributions or VAT purposes. Make sure to read all the rules and be sure that this tool is right for you and your circumstances.
You can use this tool to find out whether a potential employee has the right to work in the UK legally and also to confirm what documents you need to be checking. Really useful!
Government advice on entitlement, taking leave, accruing leave and disputes all in one place!
This will allow you to calculate the statutory holiday entitlement for your employees, it’s particularly useful for working out the entitlement for new starters who join part way through the year. – this is for statutory calculations only, so employees may be entitled to more if your allowance is higher.
The Pensions Regulator has a great set of tools to help you work out your staging date, duties as an employer, how to auto enrol your employees and what your minimum contributions must be.
Helps you calculate the ‘benefit in kind’ value of your company car and also the fuel if applicable. Nifty! (did we just say nifty? eurrrgh)
Here you can find the core information about Statutory Sick Pay. (SSP) They’ve got SSP rates, access to an SSP1 form and information about eligibility as well as fit notes.
This is a government tool for calculating Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) for your employees.
There’s all sorts of helpful information here; rates, eligibility info, notice period and access to the SMP1 form.
As with the guide to SMP and Leave, here you will find information on rates, eligibility, notice period and forms.
Calculate Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP), Paternity Pay, Adoption Pay as well as the qualifying week, relevant employment period, average weekly earnings and leave period.
Hiring abroad? Find out the translated value of the salaries you offer.