We are delighted to share that Parseq has been awarded a place on the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) framework for HR, Payroll and Employee Screening Framework services. The framework agreement is designed to be a one-stop shop for a member’s entire human resources and payroll needs.
The CPC framework provides procurement services to secondary schools and academies and other public sector organisations. It aims to provide a single point of contact for procurement requirements, information sharing, best practice sharing and technical support. Through its gift-aided charitable trusts, the company has invested more than £2 million into the education sector and supported more than 250 charities. There are now over 9000 member institutions in the CPC.
The HR, payroll and employee screening framework was launched by the government as a way of improving purchasing power across all sectors of education. Suppliers can offer an entire range of such services within the broad definitions of each lot.
Parseq will supply the following payroll services as part of the
- Data input
- Processing of payroll
- Setting up and processing of pensions
- Tax NI and related services
- Holiday calculations
- Sickness, paternity, and maternity calculations
- Processing of expenses and benefits
- Processing of third-party payments and pensions
- Payment of salaries
- Production of payslips
- Application of legislative updates
- Provision of management information
- Production of HMRC documentation
- Payroll query help line and employee help line
Parseq will provide its services through an online portal that allows public sector members to manage their own HR needs through one central location.
Our inclusion on the HR, payroll and employee screening framework is an important milestone, as it recognises our expertise in delivering outsourced payroll and HR services to the FE sector across the country.