We endeavour to ensure that we are fully compliant with every aspect of recruitment, legally, advisory and morally.

We ensure that our systems and procedures are robust as well as practical, with regular audits to ensure compliance to our Service Level Agreements covering every aspect from Worker Registration and Worker Eligibility compliance through to Health & Safety, Working Time Regulations, Modern Slavery, Equal Opportunities, Data Protection, AWR and a compliant Supply chain.

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REC Compliant

The new travel and subsistence (T&S) legislation came into force on 6th April 2016. Agency contractors have experienced yet another change to the way in which they are remunerated.

HMRC guidance states that anyone who is under, or has the right of Supervision, Direction or Control (SDC) as to the manner in which the worker provides their services, will no longer be able to claim tax relief on their travel (usually mileage) or subsistence (usually a daily food allowance) expenses. HMRC have indicated that they intend SDC to apply to everyone that works via an employment intermediary, unless there is evidence to prove otherwise. In essence, individuals working via agencies and being paid via employment intermediaries are being treated more like 'employees' by the taxman, despite perhaps personally identifying more with the self-employed in terms of the flexibility, variety and security of their work.

The Construction industry is however a robust market, and Construction workers are a resilient bunch so we will find a compliant and effective route through these changes, something the Government no doubt fully expects to happen. Ultimately, in a market experiencing a skills-shortage, the end client and main contractor will foot the majority of the additional cost where individual workers require an uplift in pay to mitigate their 'T&S losses'.

Hundreds of articles and blogs have been written on the subject recently. To help you 'see through the fog' please read below and/or call us on 0333 241 6800.

What does it mean to you - Companies using agencies

What does it mean to you - Agency workers

The benefits of working with PPM Recruitment have not changed; we exist to provide our clients (companies) with a cost-effective flexible and permanent labour solution, and to provide opportunities for individuals who wish to work via a recruiter on a temporary or permanent basis. These genuine 'win-win-win' solutions happen thousands of times per year.

Whether you would like our assistance for one day, or for a much larger and longer contract, we are here to help. You can be assured that, as an REC Audited and long-established recruiter, that we will keep you compliant too. Peace of mind counts for a lot when the taxman is involved.

The below links will provide further details on the new HMRC guidance including Living wage and Minimum rates of pay, Supervision, Direction and Control(SDC) and Employment status. Further information will also be available from our PAYROLL PARTNERS, details of which can be obtained from any PPM Recruitment office.

For more information see the selected links provided below:

We will ensure that our services meet our clients' expectations, our own high standards and comply with all relevant regulations. We aim to provide the highest possible levels of client satisfaction.

Quality objectives will be set and reviewed through our business planning, management meetings and management review processes. To help achieve these, we will maintain a quality system that meets BS EN ISO 9001:2015 - Quality Management Systems - Requirements.

We must strive to improve continually our performance by regularly evaluating our services and identifying actions to ensure that our objectives are achieved and that problems are prevented.

Everyone is responsible for quality in the company and for maintaining high standards.

This Quality Policy is communicated internally as part of the induction process and through staff briefings. It is also on the company website ensuring it is available to external parties.