The Professional Passport stamp of approval is only given to companies that have passed a rigorous, compliance audit and likewise is used by many agencies as a benchmark when reviewing their payroll suppliers. Orbital has completed all the PP checks and is a fully approved member.
Associates and members adhere to our Charter which confirms that their businesses operate legally and are run by fit and proper persons.Orbital went from affiliate to accredited membership in 2019 by undergoing a rigorous audit process.
TEAM is the largest network of independent recruiters in the UK, providing recruitment and employment services toits membership enabling them to provide all the benefitsassociated with an independent recruiter whilst being ableto harness the networking power of over 700 locations.
The sector covers providers who offer support to temporary workers and recruitment companies by providing payroll services, employing workers through an umbrella company structure, and accountancy services support to workers who operate through their own limited company, often referred to as a PSC.
The members elect an Executive Committee, and this directs the association’s priorities and activities.
At Orbital, we want to keep everything as low-risk and headache free as possible for all parties in the contract chain without weighing you down with the intricacies of legal jargon or confusing processes. You can rest assured that you’re in safe hands as we’ve put in the hard work to operate 100% within the confines of all legislation that applies.
If you’re interested in knowing the fine details on recent legislation changes that may affect you, then please continue to read the guides below:
Agency Worker Regulations (AWR) 2010. Don’t sit on your AWR wondering what the rules are, check out our guide
The big game-changer for contractor transparency that became law in 2020
This legislation update had major implications for Umbrella PAYE workers
Check out the details of how this affected the Umbrella PAYE industry.
Information on one of the biggest changes to legislation in recent years. The sign of things to come?