KEEPING THE UK PAID
Portfolio Payroll are proud to be headline sponsor of the CIPP’s National Payroll Week in 2022!
Taking place 5-9th September, National Payroll Week was established in the UK by the CIPP in 1998 to celebrate the payroll profession and to give it the recognition it deserves.
The week is designed to demonstrate the impact the payroll industry has in the UK through the collection of income tax and National Insurance; especially when you consider the £345billion* paid to the government through income tax and national insurance contributions.
2021 saw our most successful National Payroll Week to date, with over 5,500 packs downloaded and engagement rates at an all-time high.
Quote from 2021
“This year (2021), we were excited to be celebrating 20-years as Headline Sponsor for National Payroll Week! It was fantastic to see so many familiar Payroll faces – in real life – at the launch drinks. We’ve also enjoyed the buzz when speaking to our loyal clients & candidates alike, reflecting on not only the challenges of the past year but all the positive developments including elevating Payroll professionals. Having experienced unprecedented volumes of Payroll opportunities in recent months, we are pleased to see new emerging Payroll talent and proud be supporting those moving up the career ladder within the Payroll industry. We have loved seeing everyone getting involved throughout the week; decorating their offices, nominating their #PayrollHeroes and taking part in online webinars across all of the UK.”
**EXCLUSIVE OFFER FOR CIPP MEMBERS**
Receive a 25% Discount – our biggest discount ever! – on your Payroll Temporary or Permanent recruitment! Quote: NPW2022
*Discount for New Clients only. Discount applies to the invoice value. Valid until 30th Novemeber 2022
Payroll Heroes Campaign
Don’t miss out on recognising your Payroll colleagues, nominate them as a Payroll Hero and find out more here: Payroll Heroes Campaign
*based on income tax and national insurance contributions as shown on HMRC tax receipts and National Insurance contributions for the UK.