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Busy Managers do not want to have to spend time training temporary staff, so the skill match and our ability to select exactly the right candidate for your need, is highly valuable. With such a high proportion of our temporary staff being taken on permanently, we know that CY temporary staff don’t just do the job, they are also a great fit for the department and organisation. Combining exceptionally wide candidate choice with our highly skilled candidate selection, we will ensure you have the best expertise to provide flexible or fixed term cover, whether you need a credit controller, or a Financial Controller. Many temps have been working with CY for years, so we can guarantee their abilities. Most importantly, they are all thoroughly vetted and fully referenced, with all placements going through our rigorous compliance checking processes.
Interim Managers & Directors
CY ensures the capability of these interims, utilising our expert knowledge to effectively assess this, along with their suitability for your requirement. Covering important roles as these interims do, CY ensures they continue or enhance team performance and provide an opportunity for clients to benefit from their different expertise, ideas and insights. Carefully matching experience and track record to your requirements, we aim to ensure more than business as usual.
Project Management & Management Consultancy.
Every requirement is different, even if, for example, you require assistance implementing a new IT system, doing so within your particular organisation with require the ability to recognise unique facets. Outstanding candidates, with impressive track records in delivering a wide spectrum of projects choose to work through CY because we understand their potential, preferences and particular skill sets. Their particular expertise and knowledge of best practice are carefully matched to Clients specified outcomes. From IT Implementations to major recovery programmes and cost improvement, we know that accessing the right support is vital to the success of your project, business unit and organisation.
If you are looking for a first class payroll service CY should be your first call. With a 20 year track record, the Payroll Service Manager and her team have been efficiently delivering weekly and monthly payrolls including temporary workers, Ltd Company Contractors and permanent employees. Of course payroll must always be run efficiently and absolutely on time, as ours always has been. What makes our services special and so popular with users is the very personal service available, being able to speak to such an experienced team handling your queries and helping you with any problems.
CY Resourcing is highly experienced in the complexities of compliant engagement of temporary and interim staff. We aim to ensure our services and procedures are fully compliant with all regulations, in the best interests of both the candidates who work through us and the clients who engage them. We are able to assist customers in understanding the regulations and how they apply to their particular circumstances. For example:-
The IR35 rules* (set out in Chapter 8 of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003) (ITEPA) apply where an individual works through an intermediary, such as a personal services company, and provides their services to an end user client.
The IR35 rules provide that if that intermediary did not exist, but the individual looked like an employee of the client for tax purposes, then that assignment is deemed to be ‘inside IR35’ and the individual’s pay should be subject to PAYE tax and national insurance. Employers’ national insurance will also be due.
The off-payroll rules (set out in Chapter 10 of ITEPA) were implemented in the public sector in 2017. They apply where the client is a public authority as defined in the Freedom of Information Act 2000 or the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.
It is proposed that the off-payroll rules will now be extended into the private sector, albeit with some amendments which will apply across the board. They will apply to all payments made on or after 6 April 2020 and not just to assignments which start on or after that date.
The Agency Workers Regulations* (AWR) 2010 came into force in England, Scotland and Wales on 1 October 2011.
The Regulations give agency workers the right to the same basic working and employment conditions they would receive if they were engaged directly by an end user client to do the same job; this is limited to conditions that relate to pay and working time. Agency workers are also entitled to access facilities and amenities that an end user client provides to its own workers and to be advised by a client of vacancies which arise in the client’s business. (the term “hirer” is used in the Regulations to mean the entity using the services of the agency worker.
* The information above is for illustration purposes only, based on the understanding of CY Resourcing as at 18th September 2019 and should not be regarded as guidance. You are strongly advised to consult qualified professional legal, accountancy and tax advisors for up to date advice.