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FCSA accreditation is recognised as the industry’s compliance gold standard.
Accreditation is awarded to umbrella employers, contractor accountants and CIS payroll providers who can demonstrate the highest industry standards.
As a service provider, accreditation will provide assurance to recruitment agencies that your business is fully compliant and transparent. For recruitment agencies, accreditation removes the time, complexity and cost of implementing a robust preferred suppliers list.
We have done the compliance checks for you, saving your recruitment agency time, cost and reducing risk.
Use our Directory of Members search facility to find fully compliant and transparent services providers when reviewing your preferred supplier list.
15 Aug 2018
Written by FCSA Business Partner, MyDigitalAccounts Are Men and Women Equal and will the Gender Pay Gap reporting obligations make any difference? What must be reported? The prominent pay gap...
9 Aug 2018
As the Off-Payroll working in the private sector consultation comes to a close we are proposing a new innovative solution designed to increase IR35 compliance in a fair and transparent...
7 Aug 2018
As Unite’s assistant general secretary Gail Cartmail calls for umbrella companies to be outlawed and accuses the government of washing its hands of workers who it believes are ‘experiencing the...
31 Jul 2018
Written by Brabners LLP Under employment law, an individual who has been treated less favourably can bring a claim for unlawful discrimination in certain circumstances. In order to bring a...
18 Jul 2018
The long-awaited Court of Appeal ruling in MenCap v Tomlinson-Blake has been made and its good news for employers whose workers do ‘sleep-ins’.
12 Jul 2018
The Times has today warned freelancers who engage with tax avoidance schemes that they will be hit with an enormous tax bill in the light of HMRC’s controversial loan charge...