An employer’s remuneration expense is often its largest cost. It comprises wages and benefits paid to its employees, the employment taxes and other statutory on-costs paid to the authorities and the expense of administering the entire process.
In the Employment Tax and Benefits capability, we take a proactive and global approach to the often ‘neglected’ costs and on-costs associated with remunerating a workforce. We identify ways to reduce an employer’s workforce liability without reducing the size of its workforce.
The capability brings together specialists able to support employers with
Optimising the efficiency of their payroll and administration functions;
Developing commercial and effective employee health care programmes;
Analysing employee remuneration and reimbursement data to identify inadvertent error or fraud; Assisting in vendor management reviews.
There are a variety of employment on-costs to manage. These include employment taxes, operational costs arising from the administration of functions and risks of fraud or underpayment of a statutory obligation.
Administering employment compliance obligations including minimising costs, managing risk and enhancing efficiency
We can help you review the current design of your payroll delivery model and efficiency of your payroll function. We work with you to define the key requirements of improved payroll solutions and can help you create vendor selection criteria and advise on appropriate vendors that are right for your unique business. We can support you to review your risk and control infrastructure and advise on best practice governance of your payroll function. We also help you to make the most of your payroll data and to get your people analytics right.
Developing commercial and effective employee health care programmes.
Analysing employee remuneration and reimbursement data to identify inadvertent error or fraud.
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