Our bespoke payroll service allows you to concentrate on running a successful business, while we focus on this increasingly complex area incorporating all payroll legislation and updates. Using the Campbell Dallas outsourced payroll service is an efficient way to ensure secure, reliable and compliant payroll provision for your company and employees. Depending on your current in-house or outsourced service, it may also result in cost savings to your business. We make switching your payroll to Campbell Dallas as easy as possible; ensuring the transition is swift and seamless.
Our Scottish payroll operation of 20 dedicated professionals provides over 1,000 companies with an outsourcing payroll solution. We operate over 2 centres of payroll excellence in Glasgow and Edinburgh, with additional payroll staff across our other offices in Aberdeen, Ayr, Perth and Stirling.
We can support all sizes of payroll from one person to many hundreds of staff and have a dedicated BACS Bureau at Campbell Dallas that can facilitate hassle free payment to staff.
We also have strong experience in auto enrolment and maintaining payrolls for overseas clients with a UK entity or branch, where we assist them in understanding and complying with UK requirements and legislation.
Our fully managed outsourced payroll service offers a competitive and robust solution and can provide you with the reassurance you need that your payroll compliance is in safe hands.
Our independent Payroll Bureau teams are run by highly experienced staff who have wide knowledge of payroll legislation and the complexities that come with it. We provide a specialist payroll service ensuring you are updated with all relevant legislative or market changes.
From calculating monthly deductions to assessing all employees, our payroll service assists you at every step, supporting you with the ongoing responsibilities linked with auto-enrolment. Our Payroll team also ensure our clients are compliant with RTI and complete the relevant submissions to HMRC.
Auto enrolment is a Government initiative to help more people save for later life through a pension scheme at work. Under the Pensions Acts of 2008 and 2011, workplace pensions law changed and now every employer in the UK is required to help more of their workers save for retirement.
- Automatic enrolment makes it compulsory for employers to offer eligible workers a workplace pension
- The employer must automatically enrol every eligible worker into the scheme
- The employer must make a minimum contribution to the scheme
- Failure to comply with the legislation could incur severe penalties and fines
Regardless of industry or company size, if you have at least one employee you have legal duties which must be adhered.
Depending on your employee’s eligibility there will be minimum contributions that both employee and employer will need to make. The minimum amount will increase from April 2019 as below:
Our service includes the following:
- Assess the workforce each pay period to identify eligible, non-eligible and entitled employees
- Enrol any eligible jobholders who are not already in a qualifying pension scheme based upon earnings and age in that pay period
- Deduct employee’s and employer’s contributions
- Manage opt ins, opt outs and postponements
- Keep payroll related records in relation to each qualifying pension scheme and for each employee
- Provide reports/feeds which you can issue to the pension provider or we can do this on your behalf
- Produce all statutory communications for your employees via letters and email to you for distribution
- Retain all history of communication issued
As part of our fully managed payroll outsourcing service, we can provide employee payments via BACS. As a BACS approved payroll bureau, we have the facility to process 3 day BACS payments on your behalf. You’ll need to apply for a BACS service user number (SUN) from your bank. This 6-digit number, once linked to our BACS bureau number, will give us the authority to make salary payments to your employees directly from your company account.
Aside from salary payments we can also make the relevant monthly payments to HMRC and any other third party, payroll related deductions such as court order payments.
You can be confident with the security of using a BACS approved payroll bureau with strict procedures in place, firstly by gaining approval to becoming a bureau and secondly through ongoing inspections. These inspection reviews are carried out to ensure the bureau continually operates at the highest standard to ensure your data remains confidential and secure.
We provide e-payslips as standard and these offer many benefits both for you as an employer and for your employees. However, some businesses prefer to provide hardcopy payslips. We tailor our service to suit your requirements.
e-payslip secure reporting
Pre-programmed email addresses and password protected documents ensure that security and confidentiality is always upheld when sending you your payroll reports.
Online access to your e-payslips
This is a far more secure, efficient and user-friendly method for employees and the employer to access staff payslips. Using the same security as high street banks, this provides the opportunity for payslips to be viewed quickly and securely, on-line, 24-7 and via a range of different platforms. Employees will receive individual log-in ID’s and PIN numbers and will be able to view historical payslips and P60’s all in one place.
Some of our clients still prefer the traditional paper copy for their employees, these are printed individually for each employee and then posted out to the business for distribution or sent directly to your employees.
Partner, Edinburgh, and Head of Payroll in Scotland
Carol is a specialist in supporting and developing a wide range of owner managed and family businesses, gaining expertise in over 30 years of professional practice after qualifying with Arthur Young.
She has significant knowledge and experience of the issues arising in the engineering, hospitality & leisure, innovation and motor & transport sectors and provides her clients with value added advice in these sectors.
Carol has also been a part-time tutor at the University of Edinburgh and exam marker of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. Previously a member of the Management Board of Jewel & Esk College and the Board of Lothian Young Enterprise Scheme.
Richard, a Partner in our Glasgow office has experience which ranges from the audit of an AIM listed plc to numerous owner managed businesses. He also provides strategic advice to his corporate clients, working with them to understand their aspirations, and helping identify practical solutions to various commercial challenges.
Richard has a broad range of experience over a number of sectors including manufacturing, food & drink, retail and technology.
Payroll Manager, Edinburgh
Linda is an experienced Payroll Manager with over 25 years’ experience providing a wide range of payroll services and knowledge to a broad spectrum of clients.
Linda has helped many of her clients with personnel matters and is always up to date on government legislation.