For Employers

We understand your needs as an employer and pride ourselves in being able to offer a wealth of knowledge aimed at helping you run your business. 

Travel & Subsistence

Travelling and subsistence expenditure incurred by or on behalf of employees gives rise to many problems. We highlight the main areas to consider in deciding whether tax relief is available on travel and subsistence.

Employment Benefits

Today the remuneration of many directors and employees comprises a package of salary and benefits.

National Minimum Wage

The National Minimum Wage (NMW) was introduced on 1 April 1999. There have already been a number of instances of employers being penalised for not complying with the legislation. We focus on the main principles of the minimum wage regulations.

Statutory Pay Scheme

SSP, SMP and SPP are important regulations to understand as they enforce minimum legal requirements on employers.

Dismissal Procedures

There have been many changes to employment law and regulations in the last few years. A key area is the freedom or lack of freedom to dismiss an employee and you need to find out the main principles.

Recruitment Procedure

We set out  the main principles involved in the recruitment of employees including how to attract new employees by advertising and making the actual selection decision.

Redundancy Procedures

We set out the main principles involved in the recruitment of employees. We have written this factsheet in an accessible and understandable way but some of the issues may be very complicated.

Managing Absence

We help you consider  the main principles of effective absence management including good managing absense procedure and the difference between long and short term absence.

Health & Safety

We provide an overview of these below and highlight some practical tips and processes on how your business can remain or become compliant.

Legal Working in the UK

We provide an overview of the documentation required to ensure that your business does not fall foul of the law.

Age Discrimination

Employers need to ensure they have the appropriate policies and procedures in place to deal with age discrimination and should raise awareness of it so that acts of discrimination on the grounds of age can be prevented.

Annual Leave

Under the Working Time Regulations 1998 workers are entitled to paid statutory annual leave and prior to 1 October 2007 a worker was entitled to 4 weeks’ statutory paid leave. Know the ins and outs of annual leave.


How can we help?

We are a proactive firm of accountants who can assist you in all your financial needs in a friendly, efficient and professional manner.

Building partnerships, listening to your needs, and implementing a solid financial strategy is the backbone of our practice. 

Why work with us?