Month: November 2014

IQ:timecard Enables Mass Payroll Changes with Ease As Councils Consider ‘Living Wage’

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IQ:timecard Enables Mass Payroll Changes with Ease As Councils Consider ‘Living Wage’ Pressure is mounting for councils and local authorities to ensure they’re paying their staff the ‘living wage’, with both Lancashire and Durham County Council considering raising their own minimum wage for some of their lowest paid workers. As authorities all over the country… Read more »

Unpaid Travel Time Crucial Topic for IQ:timecard and Home Care Companies

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Unpaid Travel Time Crucial Topic for IQ:timecard and Home Care Companies As new figures obtained by the Unison union suggest that many home care workers are not being paid the minimum wage due to unpaid travel time, IQ:timecard is reaching out to home care providers to offer a solution to payroll issues. The time and… Read more »

IQ:timecard Urges Councils Prepare for Home Care Change After Manchester Devolution is Granted by Whitehall

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IQ:timecard Urges Councils Prepare for Home Care Change After Manchester Devolution is Granted by Whitehall Devolution has been the hot topic again this week, after George Osborne revealed that the city of Manchester will be granted a £1bn devolution package, allowing the city to take charge of public amenities like transport, welfare, the building of… Read more »