Payroll Arrangements & Office Opening/Closing Times
Payroll to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure it is processed or faxed in to 00353818411158 no later than time stated on the due dates in the table below.
Some Important Reminders
Minimum wage increases to €10.50 from 1st January, contracts do not need to be amended.
Public holidays are on these dates and in retail they do not move;
Xmas Day, Saturday, 25th December 2021
St. Stephens Day, Sunday, 26th December 2021
New Years Day, Saturday 1st January 2022
These days attract the Public Holiday entitlement, a link for full details on the entitlements here
Again note they do not move to the “Bank Holiday” date. Please ensure you apply this in your payroll and time planning to save confusion when we are preparing your payroll.
Annual HR ‘tune-up’
We would like to remind you of the following responsibilities as the employer and ask you to ensure you have the following in place.
* Employment contracts,
* Clocking’s and records of when breaks are taken
* Work permits and copy of GNIB cards kept for full course of employment not just the latest
* Sunday rates of pay being time plus a premium, but what is stated in contract prevails unless agreed between employee and employer
Also we have a HR Firm that we use for our own HR and some of our clients have reached out for their support. To set up an introduction please contact Joe, Ronan or Patrick here and we will arrange same for you.
Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas and the very best for 2022!
For full banking days over Christmas 2021 here is a link to Bank of Irelands page Christmas Payments – Bank of Ireland Business Banking