We are a fully compliant RTI (real-time information) payroll bureau. Enjoy the benefits of having your own payroll department without the accompanying management responsibility.
Our managed payroll system takes care of your whole payroll operation, including data capture, processing, printing, distribution and reporting. We manage it all for you and remove the entire payroll burden.
You pass us your data, and we process your payroll, ensuring employees are paid accurately and on time, every time while keeping you legislatively compliant.
We also manage a rota of our staff’s holiday entitlement and calculate accurate holiday pay and statutory sick pay.
NCMUK also provides gold star standard training and issues certification to all our staff who have completed their training in accordance with national minimum standards.
It is the policy of NCMUK to provide ongoing supervision from our Case Managers to any staff on our payroll.
Joining a workplace pension
By 2018 all employers must provide a workplace pension scheme. This is called ‘automatic enrolment’.
Your employer must automatically enrol you into a pension scheme and make contributions to your pension if all of the following apply:
- you’re classed as a worker
- you’re aged between 22 and State Pension age
- you earn at least £10,000 per year
- you usually (‘ordinarily’) work in the UK (read the details guidance if you’re not sure)
A percentage of your pay is put into the pension scheme automatically every payday. In most cases, your employer also adds money into the pension scheme for you. You may also get tax relief from the government.
When your employer doesn’t have to automatically enrol you
Your employer usually doesn’t have to automatically enrol you if you don’t meet the previous criteria or if any of the following apply:
- you’ve already given notice to your employer that you’re leaving your job, or they’ve given you notice
- you have evidence of your lifetime allowance protection (for example, a certificate from HMRC)
- you’ve already taken a pension arranged through your employer
- you get a one-off payment from a workplace pension scheme that’s closed (a ‘winding-up lump sum’), and then leave and re-join the same job within 12 months of getting the payment
- more than 12 months before your staging date, you left (‘opted out’) of a pension arranged through your employer
- you’re from another EU member state and are in an EU cross-border pension scheme
- you’re in a limited liability partnership
- you’re a director without an employment contract and employ at least one other person in your company
You can usually still join their pension if you want to. Your employer can’t refuse.
For more information go to https://www.gov.uk/workplace-pensions/joining-a-workplace-pension.