Paycheck Plus Opens Manchester Payroll Bureau
Paycheck Plus Opens Manchester Payroll Bureau to Meet Demand for UK Outsourced Payroll Services
Minister Brian Hayes TD opens Manchester Payroll Service offices as part of a Trade Mission to Manchester hosted by Fingal Dublin Chamber and South Dublin Chamber.
The new Manchester Payroll Services branch was officially opened by Brian Hayes TD, Minister of State for Public Service Reform and the Office of Public Works as part of a Trade Mission to Manchester hosted by Fingal Dublin Chamber and South Dublin Chamber.
Established in 2005, Paycheck Plus saves clients time and money by streamlining their payroll process. From salary calculations and payslip distribution to international fund transfers, Paycheck Plus ensures each client is totally compliant with ever changing payroll legislation. The company, which structures each payroll for optimal outcomes for both the employer and employee, works with Irish, UK and international clients operating in a host of sectors and locations who have staff numbers ranging from one employee to several thousand.
Paycheck Plus is expanding its presence in the UK to meet the increasing demand for payroll services for companies who have operations on both sides of the Irish Sea. The dedicated Manchester Payroll Bureau will complement the activity already conducted by the UK team who process payroll for businesses who have employees working in Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales. Clients that will benefit from the new Paycheck Plus presence in the UK include Holts, Eurolink, Caffe Nero, Ecocem. Phase Eight, Romaqua, BCF Technologies, McKesson, Avvio, Easivo, Grays of Cambridge, Welspun, and Larsen Water Management.
Paycheck Plus, which also operates a payroll bureau in Ireland, currently employs 11 people and plans are in place to expand the team further in the coming months. Every member of the payroll team is qualified in payroll from the Irish Payroll Association (IPASS) or the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals in the UK (CIPP). The company utilises secure encryption services and accredited back-up systems and works in state of the art ‘clean room’ payroll laboratories to protect and ensure confidentiality of critical data.