100% funding of Temp & Perm invoices with award winning payroll and back office; the best outsourced management reporting for Temps in the world plus bad debt protection; with a single simple fee and no hidden charges.
Web based input and reporting with electronic everything (including payslips to temps) if you want.When outsourcing your funding and back office it pays to check who you are working with and get good advice. We therefore suggest you visit the independent: Click Here.
When working together the best results come from carefully documented Customer driven processes to achieve “right first time every time” results. It is therefore no surprise that Keen Thinking Ltd, the owner of the Cash Simply and Perms Simply brands, is a signatory of the “Better Payment Practice Code” so you and your Temps can be assured of being paid on time - see www.payontime.co.uk
It is also comforting to know that we are signatories to the Prompt Payment Code. We know of no other recruitment invoice funder so qualified.
Finally, when making a decision about invoice finance and payroll etc, do check track records. Would you, for example, want to put your financial trust in companies that “pheonixed” from previous failures or have negative net worth or are in a CVA from failure to pay tax properly? Beware! They exist!
Check out the rest, then sign with the best. See also web site links for best in class umbrella and IT services etc.
Considering payroll and/or outsourcing your business?
There’s a huge range of options, and many companies offering different types of facilities. As a specialist broker in factoring and payroll, we know the marketplace, and we know recruitment. Twenty years experience helping start ups and mature businesses alike means we can help in your decisions and guide you.
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