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"Social Contribution requirements will be deducted

What does, "Social Contribution requirements will be deducted from pay rate" mean?

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Does anyone have an idea what is meant by "Social Contribution requirements will be deducted from pay rate" in the extract below from a document where the Manpower group are stepping in as an intermediary between a company and their current sub-contractors?

Do they mean Employer's NI maybe? 

 

PAYE with ManpowerGroup

You could be engaged by ManpowerGroup directly by signing a contract of employment

You will need to complete the compliance requirements below to on-board with ManpowerGroup

Reduced administration in comparison to Ltd company option

Reduced cost in comparison to Umbrella company option

ManpowerGroup will manage all tax and social contribution requirements via your weekly payslips

Social Contribution requirements will be deducted from pay rate

You will no longer need to request a PO number or submit an invoice for your services. Instead you will complete an online timesheet via Fieldglass. The timesheet will be approved by your Line Manager and ManpowerGroup will process your pay weekly.

Online payslips will be available weekly

You will have a dedicated contractor care team who’ll be able to assist you with any queries or issues you have during your contract.

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By fawltybasil2575
25th Apr 2019 18:42

@BromleyBob (OP).

Manpower have sadly included poor wording in the document to which you refer. The words used should be “Social Security Contributions”.

Manpower are indeed referring to what one often refers to as “National Insurance Contributions”.

The primary legislation for such contributions is the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992.

Basil.

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By BromleyBob
28th Apr 2019 11:50

Thanks Basil

They also seem to not mention holiday pay which presumably they deduct a percentage for from the pay rate.

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By Wilson Philips
28th Apr 2019 14:23

An employee would not normally expect to see a deduction from pay in respect of holidays.

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By BromleyBob
28th Apr 2019 14:38

I worded that badly - I meant that I would expect that Manpower would reduce the "pay rate" to reflect that they need to pay holiday pay if the worker is an employee rather than operating through a Ltd company..

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By Wilson Philips
28th Apr 2019 14:45

Ah I understand now. So your original query was not about deduction, in the normal sense, of employee NI but a reduction in the pay rate to reflect the fact that the contractor would now have to pay employer contributions?

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