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Global Challenge Umbrella Services has become the latest firm to become accredited by the FCSA for its umbrella employment services. 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.
Global Challenge Umbrella Services was founded in 2017 by Arnold Mudzengerere to provide a hassle-free and professional service that UK based contractors and recruiters can trust.
Commenting on securing FCSA Accreditation, Arnold Mudzengerere said: “We are delighted to have passed the rigorous assessment to become a fully Accredited Member. Being endorsed by FCSA provides our clients and stakeholders with the necessary assurances to trust in our brand and know we can and will deliver a first-class service. In a sector that lacks regulation, FCSA is not only setting a benchmark, but is defining excellence across our industry and we are delighted to be joining.”
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 added: “FCSA Accreditation is no easy process and I would like to congratulate the Global Challenge Umbrella Services team for meeting the extremely high standards required to become a fully Accredited Member. As a former contractor, I know that Arnold Mudzengerere understands the challenges that the UK’s flexible labour market faces and I know just how passionate he is about supporting contractors. I am delighted that GCUS is now part of our growing organisation.”
For more information about Global Challenge Umbrella Services, visit our Directory of Accredited Members.