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When you employ household staff in the UK there are numerous issues that you must consider.  As a domestic employer, you have the same legal responsibilities as commercial employers.  But many domestic employers have little or no experience in this role and the prospect of having to deal with both complex and time-consuming legal obligations can be a source of great concern.

Established 20 years, Stafftax is the UK's original domestic payroll service and a valued and trusted name in thousands of UK households.  We can provide you with a comprehensive domestic staff payroll service and help transform the hassle of being an employer into peace of mind.

We act as your agent and we do everything for you, from setting up a PAYE scheme and calculating the correct tax and National Insurance payments, to making sure your employee's payslips are accurate.  When you subscribe to Stafftax you also receive unlimited support and advice on all pay and employment related issues:

As well as a payroll service, our annual Stafftax subscription also gives you unlimited access to our Legal Advice help-line and our legal team work closely with you and focus on finding a solution to your particular situations.  Once you have subscribed we recommend that you take advantage of our Members' Area where you can make changes to your details or those of your employee, send messages, make requests, and most importantly, download your payslips.

 

employment guide

Holiday entitlement
Just like other employees, domestic employees are entitled to paid holiday. But holiday entitlement can be difficult to calculate. There are many variables to take into account...
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employment costs

National minimum wage & the working time directive

It is a criminal offence for an employer to pay below the national minimum wage, currently carrying a fine of up to £5,000. Domestic staff are however exempt from the measures concerning working hours.

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