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BISHOPSGATE, are the latest firm to join roster of FCSA Members following compliance assessment

Bishopsgate Employment Services Limited has been revealed as the latest company to be accepted into the Freelancer & Contractor Services Association (FCSA), providing umbrella PAYE and subcontractor CIS payroll solutions to organisations within the UK.

Bishopsgate has been awarded accreditation for its umbrella employment and CIS/Self-Employment services, joining the membership body’s roster of over 70 members.

FCSA members are independently evaluated on their operations, processes, policies, and practices and they are regularly reassessed to ensure that they always stay within the FCSA’s compliance code. These regular check-ups and assessments ensure that members continue to operate both professionally and ethically within UK tax, employment, and regulatory laws.

Luke Shannon-Little, Managing Director of Bishopsgate said: “Bishopsgate Employment Services are pleased to have become an accredited member of the FCSA. At Bishopsgate we protect and promote the interests of professional contractors and freelancers. After consulting with our clients, it was clear that being a member of the FCSA was imperative to ensure Bishopsgate can continue to service them and their supply chains. We take great pride in being able to meet our clients’ needs and continue our objectives of compliance, customer service and collaboration.”

Chris Bryce, Chief Executive of FCSA said: “I’m pleased to welcome Bishopsgate to FCSA membership and congratulate them on gaining FCSA Accreditation. Every new member marks a step forward in assisting workers, and the wider industry, to be assured that the highest standards of compliance are available to them.”

As the industry-leading trade association, the FCSA works to support and protect the interests of the sector and the flexible workforce.

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