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07 August 2019 - Blog, Tip of the Month

Relocating to Ireland for Employment

Every individual living, or relocating to Ireland, and in employment needs to have a Personal Public Service (PPS) Number, a unique reference number used to access social welfare benefits, public services, and information in Ireland. State agencies such as the DEASP, Revenue Commissioners and Health Service…

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18 June 2019 - Blog, Payroll Tips & Insights

Annual Leave for Part-Time Workers

Whether you work full time or part time you are entitled to annual leave or holidays. Your entitlement should be in your contract of employment and in line with legislation. Calculating Annual Leave Your annual leave entitlement can be calculated using one of these 3 options:…

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31 May 2019 - Blog, Payroll News

GDPR one year Anniversary

One year on what has been the impact? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25th, 2018.  These new rules had significant implications for businesses and payroll personnel. GDPR continues to be an ongoing battle for some businesses with the biggest challenges…

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28 May 2019 - Blog, News

Paycheck Plus boasts Global Winning Team

Success at the Global Payroll Awards 2019 Celebrations all round as our C.O.O, Brona Grogan scoops the win for “Global Payroll Manager of the Year 2019” and Niall Clarke brings home “Highly Commended Global Payroll Specialist of the Year 2019”. Having won “In-Country Payroll Provider of…

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Guide to MyAccount Registration

Register for MyAccount to avoid over-paying tax On the 1st of January 2019 Revenue launched their new PAYE Modernisation system.  Employers now must calculate and report their employees’ pay and deduction in real time, on or before the payment is made. Employers no longer have to…

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07 May 2019 - Blog, Tip of the Month

Dealing With Poor Performance in Your Team

“Performance review meetings should be more about the future than the past. The focus at every meeting needs to be on how your staff will deliver a high performance. Although problems do need to be fixed, discussing them at length in a review meeting isn’t productive….

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08 April 2019 - Blog, Tip of the Month

New Changes Introduced by Revenue

Payroll is constantly changing and evolving to meet the guidelines set out by Revenue and 2019 has seen some big changes with the introduction of PAYE Modernisation. Below are some of the more significant changes that may be relevant to you. Updated RPNs Due to an…

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29 March 2019 - Blog, Payroll Tips & Insights

Good Friday Entitlements

Easter Bank Holiday Confusion A regular query that we receive around this time of year is: “Is Good Friday a Bank Holiday?” The answer is yes, Good Friday is a Bank Holiday – i.e. it’s a holiday for banks (and some other businesses). However, it’s NOT…

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15 March 2019 - Blog, Tip of the Month

Employment Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2018

What do the changes to employment legislation mean to me? The Employment Misc. Provisions Act 2018 came into effect on the 4th of March 2019 outlining several changes being made to already existing legislation. There are five key changes being made to existing Acts which are:…

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14 March 2019 - Blog

St. Patrick’s Day Public Holiday Entitlement

Is St. Patrick’s Day a Public Holiday? St. Patrick’s Day IS a public holiday which this year falls on a Sunday. If you work full-time you are immediately entitled to a public holiday benefit. Which benefit is the choice of your employer and can be one of the…

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