The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
- Walt Disney
1 Belfield Lane
Rochdale OL16 3AY
T: 01706 642 196
M: 07950 107 307
Company number: 4713078
The following forms can be downloaded and once completed please send them either by email to email@example.com or by post to
1 Belfield Lane
We require information from you to process your wages and make payment to you.
The forms above can be completed and sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please then contact us on 01706 642 196 to check we have received them and to go through the process of receiving your payslip, which will be password protected, and when you can expect payment.
When you start work for a new client your first payment maybe delayed until the funds from the authority are in the account.
This will be explained alongside any other questions you, or we, may have.
Please ensure we have the following:
- Full name and address
- Date of birth
- National Insurance number
- Bank sort code and account number
- New starter form, see below
- Right to work information, see below
The above forms should be sent to us asap to ensure we have all your details so we can send your payslips to you and get you paid on time.
If you start work for one of our clients we will need your details to ensure your details are correctly sent to HMRC.
Once we receive this form from you the details will be used to determine what tax code is used at the start of your employment.
HMRC will, if necessary, amend your tax code and any over/under payment of tax will be shown on your payslip.
All employers in the UK have a responsibility to prevent illegal working. This is done by conducting simple right to work checks before you are employed and, to make sure the individual is not disqualified from carrying out the work in question by reason of their immigration status.
The following guidance is from HMRC website.
You’ll need to prove your right to work in the UK to your employer before you start working for them.
How you do this depends on your nationality and what kind of permission you have to work in the UK.
Time sheets are required for several reasons:
- They ensure the hours you worked are correct and are required for audit purposes
- Time sheets also protects both you and your employer if there are any issues
- Its a record of your working hours, should there be any safeguarding issues
Self Certified Sickness Note
If you are unwell and cannot work you maybe entitled to Sick pay from your employer
Sick pay is not payable for the first 3 days of sickness
If you earn over £123 per week then sick pay is payable at the rate set by HMRC.
Please see HMRC information re Statutory sick pay for more information
Please see the list of items needed from you in order for a DBS check to be completed.