Clipper Contracting secures FCSA Accreditation

We’re delighted to add Clipper Contracting to our growing list of Accredited Members. FCSA Accreditation demonstrates to freelancers, contractors and recruitment businesses that members are acting both professionally and ethically within the UK tax, employment and regulatory laws.  Coupled with financial stability tests, FCSA Accreditation is proof that professional businesses can take the lead in delivering the highest levels of industry standards.

Clipper Contracting was co-founded by Ashley Lyas and Rik King in 2010 to provide the highest level of compliant and professional umbrella employment and CIS services to UK based contractors and freelancers. 

On becoming FCSA Accredited, Director Rob Wilks said: “Clipper Contracting stands for quality service, integrity and compliance above all else and we are delighted to have passed FCSA’s rigorous testing to become an Accredited Member.   In an unregulated industry, umbrella working sometimes comes in for a lot of criticism so I look forward to working with FCSA to continue to set the record straight, drive up standards and rid the industry of those umbrella companies who give us all a bad name.”

To become an Accredited Member, applicants must undergo an independent and rigorous assessment of their business services, operations, policies and processes, all of which are examined to ensure adherence to FCSA compliance standards. 

FCSA’s chief executive, Julia Kermode commented: “I am very pleased to welcome Clipper Contracting on board and would like to congratulate Rob and the whole team for meeting the extremely high standards required to pass FCSA Accreditation.  It is no mean feat and something to be celebrated.  I know that contractors can rest assured that they will be working with a first-class umbrella firm.”

For more information about Clipper Contracting, visit our Directory of Members.

 

 

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