Understanding your needs
We are living through a period of substantial change in the way we work. This is having a big impact on how organisations attract talent, reward their people and manage the complex compliance obligations.
Ever-increasing regulatory requirements present a challenge for employers and it can be difficult to navigate your way through the various rules.
"People are your greatest asset. We will help you attract and motivate the best, reduce and manage your risks, identify savings and lower your costs."
Blick Rothenberg provides a comprehensive range of advisory and compliance related People Services
Attracting talent and onboarding
- Contracts review
- Tax efficient remuneration
- Appropriate employment v self-employment - structures
- Employment status (IR35)
- Remote working overseas
- International business trips
- Directors that live overseas
Meeting employer compliance obligations
- Payroll - UK and International
- Benefit & expense reporting
- (P11Ds, PSAs etc)
- Pensions and auto-enrolment
- Employee stock option (EIS)
- Employer tax investigations
- Mergers and integrations
- Severance payments and reporting
- Organisational design
Motivating and reward
- Long-term incentives and bonus
- Stock options (EMI etc.)
- Pension planning
- C-suite and board services
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People Services insights
On-demand webinar: Employment Tax update
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased complexity around employer reporting obligations. In this webinar, Director and Employment Tax specialist Jo How talks through these changes in a simple and practical way. Jo is also joined by Kate Dickman and Lorraine Owens, who are both managers in our Global Mobility team.
Top tips to adapt your people strategy in a downturn
The changing landscape over this year has forced many employers to seek new ways of engaging with their employees, manage their people-related costs, increase savings and reduce risks.
As an employer what should you be thinking about?
We recommend ten key people focus areas to help you adapt and grow.
Guidance for UK employers with cross-border workers
UK employers with cross-border workers should consider how they can try and retain the services of such employees from January 2021 onwards.
Government discriminates against self-employed
Extensive support has been provided to employees – via the furlough scheme – and many established businesses via business rates holidays and Government-supported loans but policies often discriminate against and disadvantage the self-employed.