Are you thinking about hiring a carer for yourself or for a family member? This guest blog by Polo and Tweed explains the different types of home care available and the specific duties involved in each.
In our latest blog, we delve into the world of pensions, to help you understand your legal duties as an employer.
Before you hire a new housekeeper, you should think about the interview questions you might want to ask. This will change if it is a live in or live out position - but the interview questions will be a great way to establish if the person is right for the job!
Truly in-demand, a career as a Butler offers the opportunity to work all over the world and guarantees that each day is varied and different from the last.
The new Tax Year comes into effect on 6 April 2019 and there were three main changes that affected employees and employers. Find out more from our new tax year blog.
Need to know more about calculating your employee's holiday entitlement? Our blog covers statutory rights, bank holidays and part-time employees.
If you've ever considered paying your household employee Christmas bonus, take a look at our answers to these four frequently asked questions.
In our second guest blog of the series Lucy Challenger, founder of Polo and Tweed, tells us her top 10 interview questions for household staff.
In our latest blog we weight up the Pros and Cons of choosing Payroll Services Vs Payroll Software.
In this guest blog by Lucy Challenger founder of Polo and Tweed, we learn about the different roles staff can play in a domestic household.
Using our exclusive data, this domestic staff salary guide reveals the average gross hourly and annual salaries across a range of job roles within the private staffing sector.
If you hire someone to work in your home, you are now classed as their employer and have various legal obligations to consider once they accept the job.
At Stafftax, we strongly advocate discussing and agreeing salaries in Gross terms. Find out more about the differences between Gross and Net, as well as the advantages for the employee.
This guest blog from Greycoat Lumleys explains the demands placed on the modern PA and how the role is continuously busy, ever-evolving and diverse.
The minimum Workplace Pension contribution amounts required by domestic employers is due to increase. Stay ahead of the game with Stafftax’s 5 Step Guide.
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