We celebrate as Liberty Bishop passes FCSA accreditation

We are pleased to announce that specialist umbrella employment, payroll and accountancy provider Liberty Bishop is now a fully Accredited Member.

Founded in 1995, Liberty Bishop boasts more than 20 years of experience in providing umbrella, payroll and accountancy services to contractors and recruiters.

On becoming FCSA Accredited, Marc Scott, sales director at Liberty Bishop said: “We’re delighted to have been granted accredited status with FCSA. We’ve always been confident in our ability to meet all compliance requirements, but external approval from such a highly-regarded body as FCSA is great news for our business. My team work hard to deliver quality services to agencies and contractors, and we hope that FCSA approval will present us with lots of new opportunities in these compliance-driven times. We look forward to working with FCSA to further promote the importance of compliant employment and accountancy support services to the recruitment industry and its freelancers.”

Julia Kermode, FCSA’s chief executive added: “FCSA is the UK’s leading professional membership body dedicated to raising standards and promoting supply chain compliance for the temporary labour market. We are fully transparent in how we test accredited members and the standards we expect them to meet. It is no surprise that an increasing number of recruitment firms look for FCSA Accreditation as a prerequisite for their preferred supplier lists; it denotes compliance and gives peace of mind, thereby reducing any risks.

“I am delighted that Liberty Bishop has been able to meet the extremely high standards required to become a fully accredited member of FCSA. It is no mean feat and is something to be celebrated. I look forward to working with Marc and the rest of the Liberty Bishop team.”

For more information about Liberty Bishop, visit our Directory of Members >

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