Julie Quayle (Ely)

Julie has a wealth of experience in payroll having worked in many different payroll environments throughout her career. Julie is fully qualified, having gained the Diploma in Payroll Management with the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals of which she is a full member. After qualifying, Julie continued to support the Institute by tutoring new students undertaking the qualification, running tutorials and providing support and guidance.

Julie now manages the firm's specialist outsourced payroll bureau based in the Ely office, where she is keen to see the department grow, whilst maintaining a high level of service for all clients.

Outside of work Julie enjoys spending time with her family, singing in her local choir, reading and cooking. Julie also supports her local charity by participating in fundraising events and volunteers as a support worker when she can.

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Julie Quayle
9th August 2017 Automatic enrolment reaches 8 million

  The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has confirmed than eight million employees have signed up for a workplace pension since the launch of automatic enrolment. The introduction of automatic enrolment was expected to lead to around eight million workers saving more for their retirement and this milestone has already been reached with hundreds of thousands more…

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12th July 2017 Auto Enrolment Duties from October 2017

New employers after 1 October 2017 will not have a staging date. If you become an employer for the first time on or after 1 October 2017, you will immediately have legal duties with regards to Auto Enrolment. These duties apply from the first day the first member of staff starts working for you. This is…

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12th June 2017 Complying with the National Minimum Wage

HMRC recently published a list of excuses used by employers for not paying workers the National Minimum Wage: The employee wasn’t a good worker so I didn’t think they deserved to be paid the National Minimum Wage I thought it was ok to pay foreign workers below the National Minimum Wage as they aren’t British…

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31st March 2017 Payroll Update: Mar-17

The team at Whitings payroll bureau have produced their latest newsletter, to keep clients updated on relevant recent changes to payroll and related legislation: Edition 6 – March 2017 Blog entry by: Julie Quayle.

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29th September 2016 Payroll Update – #5

Payroll Update: Sep-16 The payroll bureau team at Whitings have produced their latest newsletter, to keep clients updated on relevant recent changes to payroll and related legislation:  September 2016 Update

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Julie Quayle
29th September 2016 Payroll Update – #5

The payroll bureau team at Whitings have produced their latest newsletter, to keep clients updated on relevant recent changes to payroll and related legislation:

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25th August 2016 Statutory Leave

Shared Parental Leave: Could you qualify? Shared parental leave was introduced to give working parents more choice and flexibility in how they care for their children during the first year after their birth or adoption. The new regime means to create a framework that better supports modern working families. Parents can share the 52 weeks’ leave…

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