Outsourced Payroll


We can help you eliminate the headache of handling flexible workers. Our payroll specialists process over £4 million every month for our clients.

Why outsource payroll? Our cloud-based recruitment payroll solution for temporary workers automates time-consuming tasks and enables you and your workers to log in from any device.

Is outsourced payroll cost-effective? Absolutely, our customisable recruitment payroll solution gives your agency unrivalled flexibility and scalability. It makes payments to temporary workers and contractors efficient and risk-free – keeping everyone in your network happy.


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Specialists Accredited By The CIPP

There are plenty of benefits to paying temps and contractors through PAYE, rather than Umbrella systems. However, managing payroll obligations certainly isn’t one of them, especially when it comes to low-income workers who receive weekly payments.

So whether you’re looking to save time or switch payroll provider for permanent, temporary PAYE workers or self-employed contractors, our qualified team of Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) can help.

CIPP accreditation

payroll management

for Finance Directors and HR departments

Greater operational efficiencies

faster or next day payments free up time to concentrate on your bottom line


access anywhere, on any device


GDPR and

Ensures flexibility of all payment types (incl. overtime)

Guarantee all staff are paid on time, with a hard to beat 99.8% accuracy rate

Reduce risk and improve compliance (GDPR, auto enrolment, legal obligations)

Reduce paperwork problems, offering easy access to key documents (P45/P46 etc)

Dashboard for you and your temps across devices

Access to industry experts, accredited by the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals and a dedicated Payroll Officer at hand

"They provided quality advice on payroll structures and built the portal to our requirements within a week"

Outsourced Payroll

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