Industries We Cover2023-11-14T17:03:32+00:00

Construction Industries We Cover

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Construction Industries We Cover

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Discover the range of outsourced payroll industries covered by Bishop Oak.

Welcome to Bishop Oak, where we take pride in delivering comprehensive solutions designed to optimise your payroll processes and enhance your business operations. Our outsourced payroll and compliance services are tailored to meet the specific needs of your organisation, allowing you to concentrate on what matters most: the growth and success of your business.

payroll for bricklayers

Payroll For Bricklayers

Bishop Oak offers outsourced payroll services for bricklayers nationwide, utilising the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) for HMRC compliance. Their experienced team manages all aspects of payroll, including deductions and administrative tasks, with a dedicated account manager for personalised support. Benefits include a dedicated back-office team, a branded portal for document access, efficient handling of worker enquiries, and a fully compliant payroll system. The company also provides a money-back guarantee. Additionally, Bishop Oak explains the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) and its benefits for tax payment in the construction sector.

Payroll for carpenters

Payroll for Carpenters

Bishop Oak offers outsourced payroll services for carpenters across the UK, relieving them of payroll stress. By acting as an outsourced middleman and utilising the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), the experienced team manages all aspects of payroll, ensuring HMRC compliance. Carpenters benefit from a dedicated account manager, centralised document access through a branded portal, efficient handling of worker enquiries, and a fully compliant payment system linked to HMRC. The service comes with a money-back guarantee for client satisfaction. The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) is explained as a tax payment plan for carpenters and subcontractors in the building business, with further information available through Bishop Oak’s CIS blog or by contacting their team. Contact Bishop Oak’s team today for simplified and compliant payroll solutions.

Payroll for the demolition industry

Payroll for the Demolition Industry

Bishop Oak provides outsourced payroll services tailored for the demolition industry across the UK, including in Essex, London, and Birmingham. Their experienced team ensures HMRC compliance through the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) payment model, handling deductions, administrative tasks, and document cheques. Benefits of outsourcing to Bishop Oak include a dedicated team for back-office administration, a branded portal for streamlined document access, efficient handling of worker queries, and a fully compliant payroll system linked directly to HMRC. The company offers a money-back guarantee and encourages businesses to learn more about CIS through their blog or by contacting their team for a simplified and compliant payroll solution.

Payroll for Electricians

Payroll for Electricians

Bishop Oak offers specialised outsourced payroll services tailored for electricians across the UK, including in Essex, London, and Birmingham. With a focus on relieving the stress of payroll management, they ensure HMRC compliance through the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) payment model, handling deductions, administrative tasks, and document verifications. The benefits of outsourcing to Bishop Oak include a dedicated back-office admin team, a user-friendly branded portal for document access, efficient handling of worker enquiries, and a fully compliant payroll system directly linked to HMRC. The company provides a money-back guarantee and encourages electricians to explore the advantages of CIS through their blog or by reaching out to their team for simplified and compliant payroll solutions.

Payroll for Joiners

Payroll for Joiners

Bishop Oak offers comprehensive outsourced payroll services for joiners in Essex, London, Birmingham, and throughout the UK, alleviating the stress of payroll management. Our experienced team handles deductions, remittance slips, and routine tasks, including document verification for rights to work and various insurances. Reasons for joiners to choose our service include the ability to focus on core business activities while we manage back-office tasks, a user-friendly portal for document access, a responsive support team, and a compliant payment method directly linked to HMRC. Additionally, our satisfaction guarantee reinforces our commitment to exceptional service. The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), explained in our blog, offers a tax payment framework for construction professionals, promoting fair tax contributions. Contact our friendly team to streamline and ensure compliance in your payroll processes.

Payroll for the painting and decorating industry

Payroll for the Painting and Decorating Industry

Bishop Oak offers comprehensive outsourced payroll services for painters and decorators across the UK, ensuring HMRC compliance through the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS). Their experienced team handles all aspects of payroll, including deductions, remittance slips, and compliance with legal requirements. The benefits for painters and decorators include time savings, a user-friendly portal for document access, a dedicated support team, adherence to HMRC rules, and a money-back guarantee. The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) is explained as a tax payment plan for the building industry, emphasising its role in ensuring fair tax contributions. Interested businesses can contact Bishop Oak to streamline their payroll processes.

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How do I view my payslips?2023-11-09T15:36:51+00:00

You can view your payslips in our online portal. When you are registered with us to be paid you will receive login details to the portal where you can view your payslips.

How do I get a share code?2023-11-09T15:37:18+00:00

You can apply for a share code online. The share code is valid for 90 days.

A share code obtained for a different purpose, such as to demonstrate your right to rent, cannot be used to demonstrate your right to work. You will need one of the following to get a share code:

  • your biometric residence permit number
  • your biometric residence card number
  • your passport or national identity card

Once you have your share code you can share it with your employer who can check your right to work using the code and your date of birth on the government website.

What is a share code?2023-11-09T15:37:46+00:00

A share code is a 9-digit code made up of letters and numbers that proves a worker’s right to work in the UK.

What Right to Work documents are accepted in the UK?2023-11-09T15:39:14+00:00

There are multiple documents that are accepted as proof of your right to work in the UK, for the full list of accepted documents please visit Citizens Advice.

Here are some of the forms of ID that are accepted:

Valid forms of ID:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Passport
  • Driving Licence/Provisional

If not a British Citizen:

  • Passport
  • Driving Licence/Provisional
  • Biometric Residence Permit/Card (front and back)
  • ID Card (front and back)
What do I need to consider before signing up to a payroll agency?2023-11-09T15:41:42+00:00

There are lots of things to consider before signing up to a payroll agency and with so many to choose from it can be difficult to know where to start. Some key aspects to consider are reputation, accreditations and customer service agreements. For further information on what to consider when selecting a payroll agency, read our blog.

What is the importance of Professional Passport?2023-11-09T15:43:49+00:00

Professional Passport demonstrates a company is fully compliant and helps build credibility and trust with those you are working with. A labour provider must go through an evaluation by the Professional Passport team in order to be accredited. The evaluation takes into account a number of factors, such as work rights, tax and national insurance compliance, and health and safety. The labour supplier is required to offer proof that they adhere to the necessary requirements in each of these categories.