Our clients have differing levels of internal expertise, which is why we offer simple solutions that are structured on a modular basis.
You select only the services you require tailored to meet your specific needs, on a regular or ad hoc basis. In this way your exact requirements are met safe in the knowledge that, as part of an integrated solution, you can easily expand the amount or range of services in the future.
Select a tab for more information
Q&A People Matter can act both as an in-sourced service provider, on-site with a client as often as necessary, or on an ad hoc or project basis.
We can help you with all HR requirements: compliance, contracts, learning and development, organisational structure and strategy.
Millions of people are not saving enough to have the income they are likely to want in retirement, and whilst life expectancy in the UK is increasing, people are saving less into pensions.
Q&A People Matter has a wealth of experience in the employee benefits arena and we are able to provide our clients with the best advice and support, both in the UK and abroad.
Our comprehensive range of services is structured on a modular basis which allows companies to select only the elements required, either on a regular or ad hoc basis.
Financial education helps employees to understand the value of benefits such as pensions, insurances and share schemes.
Staff members find it useful to ask questions of an impartial adviser on all areas of their personal financial situation, both related and non-related to their Benefits at work.
Q&A People Matter provides an on-line payroll system and full bureaux support covering:
Monthly data inputting
Monthly Employee payments & online payslip access
Third Party Payments to benefit providers
End of year statutory reporting
Automatic updates and upgrades
An expat is often a square peg in a round hole. Remuneration is different from the norm, the pension has to be specifically planned, healthcare is a big issue, and insurance for death, disability and for personal property becomes a problem.
There are also complicated tax and legal issues. On top of this, the employer may become unusually involved in the expat’s family needs, schooling, housing, health and so forth.