Becoming an employer and employing your own staff directly usually gives you the most control over your assistance, but it also gives you responsibilities under the law. This may sound daunting, but there is a lot of support available to you, making being an employer as simple and as effective as possible for you. As long as you get advice or support whenever you might need it, you have every chance of getting what you want out of being an employer.
Dates to ring in by: Date wage due to Personal Assistant (PA):
06 April 10 April
01 May 08 May
01 June 05 June
29 June 03 July
27 July 31 July
24 August 28 August
21 September 25 September
19 October 23 October
16 November 20 November
14 December 18 December
11 January 2021 15 January 2021
08 February 2021 12 February 2021
08 March 2021 12 March 2021
There is a new email address for sending in your payroll hours, please use firstname.lastname@example.org This email address is specifically for payroll hours and you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt.
It is important that you ring in with the hours on the above dates by 12 noon to ensure your payroll is processed in time for you to pay your PA’s on the due date. Please remember to tell us about any holiday, sick pay or leavers at each payroll. If you wish, you can ring in with your hours before the Monday of payroll week.
We endeavour to provide you with a reminder courtesy call but please don’t rely on this as we cannot guarantee to do this on every payroll. If you would like to receive a text reminder please let us know.
Other ways to give us your hours:
We will send you details of payments to be made by Friday of payroll week (so long as we have the hours in by 5pm on the ring in date).
If you receive your payroll details earlier than Friday and you choose to pay your PA early, please make them aware that this is not their normal pay day as there may be occasions when we are only able to get payroll details to you on the Friday.
You must make sure that you pay any HMRC payments as soon as you receive your payroll letter.
As a local organisation we very much rely on the support of our local community, and continue to support people flexibly to have greater choice and control and remove the barriers that disabled people and children experience in their everyday lives. We support over 2,000 people every year. But we need your help.