Aug 2017


Customer Update - August

Revenue moves to PAYE Modernisation

In October 2016, the Minister for Finance announced that the current Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system would be revamped and modernised. This is known as PAYE Modernisation. This new system will enable Revenue to ensure that employees are receiving their correct tax credits and cut-off points throughout the year in real time. This compares with the current PAYE reporting which is done through P35s on a yearly basis.

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Watch our video to see how you can benefit from Thesaurus Connect

Thesaurus Connect is a cloud add-on that works alongside Thesaurus Payroll Manager. Payroll information is stored in the cloud and can be accessed online by bureaus, employers and employees on any device. Thesaurus Connect offers additional innovative payroll and HR features that streamline  annual leave management and payroll processing.

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Free Webinar: What you NEED to know about PAYE Modernisation | Guest Speaker: Revenue

PAYE Modernisation is probably the biggest overhaul of the PAYE system since PAYE itself was introduced back in 1960. It will have wide ranging effects on all employers.

  • Main Speaker: Paul Byrne (Managing Director at Thesaurus Software) 
  • Guest Speaker: Sinead Sweeney (PAYE Modernisation Change Manager, Revenue)

Register here: 3rd October (bureaus) / 4th October (bureaus) / 24th October (employers)

Webinar: Employee Dismissal - How Easy Is It?

80% of unfair dismissal cases are won by the employee, not because the reason for dismissal was unfair but because the employer did not follow fair procedures. In this webinar we discuss the dangers of dismissing an employee, what rights you have as an employer and the relevant steps you need to take to protect your business against an unfair dismissal claim.

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GDPR: What Businesses need to know

Data protection and how personal data is managed is changing forever. On 25 May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force. The GDPR is a European privacy regulation replacing all existing data protection regulations.

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Posted byKaren BennettinCustomer Update