Unified Payroll passes FCSA accreditation

Unified Payroll has become the latest firm to become accredited by The Freelancer and Contractor Services Association (FCSA). 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.

Unified Payroll was founded in 2010 by Managing Director Zwe Ncube to provide a professional, no-nonsense umbrella employment service for UK based contractors and freelancers.  

On becoming FCSA accredited, Zwe Ncube said: “We are delighted to have passed FCSA’s rigorous assessment process to become an accredited member.  We pride ourselves on our high level of professionalism, punctuality of payments and compliance to provide our contractors with a stress-free service.  Being endorsed and recognised by FCSA, the leading professional body, is the icing on the cake and a great reward for all the hard work the team has put in over the years.  We are looking forward to supporting FCSA in its excellent work.”

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: “I am very pleased to welcome Unified Payroll on board as our newest member and would like to congratulate Zwe and his team for meeting the extremely high standards required to become a fully accredited member of FCSA.  I know that contractors and recruiters can rest assured that they will have a first-class firm looking after them.” 

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