Payroll is run once a week for nursing jobs. In order to be paid, timesheets must be received by Nursing Personnel before 08.00am on Friday to be paid on the following Friday. It is the workers responsibility to ensure timesheets are sent and received on time. Do not leave it until last minute to send your timesheet as you may miss the deadline.
Expenses to be received by 5pm Tuesday.
Timesheets can be sent by post to:
Great West House (GWH-1)
Timesheets can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 0845 122 0413/ 0845 122 1033
To view a SAMPLE timesheet click here
Your unique timesheet will be available on your portal or from your co-ordinator after each booking
To download an electronic expense claim form (Excel) click here
To download an Inland Revenue P46 form click here
Easter Cut off dates:
Cut off at 8 am on Thursday 21st March to be paid on Thursday 28th March.
Cut off at 8 am Wednesday 27th March to be paid on Friday 5th April.
For the attention of all agency nursing staff working in NHS Hospitals.
As and from Monday the 15th of November 2010 NHS Buying Solutions have instructed all agencies to change the times at which the night rate ends on a shift and the day rate begins.
Up to the 14th of November 2010 all night shifts will have ended at 07.59am. The day shift did start at 08.00am.
From the 15th of November 2010 all night shifts will end at 05.59am. The day shift will start at 06.00am.
For all the latest information on Nursing Personnel contracts, company announcements, and latest nurse jobs, HCA jobs, ODP jobs keep a close eye on www.nursing-personnel.co.uk. For all our doctors jobs and GP jobs visit www.mpplocums.co.uk . Where you cannot see a job you are looking for please call our offices on 0845 122 0414 as we receive new nurse jobs and doctor jobs every minute.
Who is HR Payroll?
HR Payroll is a specialist Umbrella Company who MPP have selected to provide Payroll solutions for our valued staff. They have been chosen due to their exceptional service and discount rates for our staff.
What are the advantages of an Umbrella Company?
An Umbrella Company provides a key benefit to use the expenses you incur which are wholly, necessarily and exclusive to the performance of your duties to reduce your Gross Pay. This reduction brings down the amount of Income Tax and National Insurance you are liable for. This gives you the significant advantage to increase your take home pay. This however is only one advantage and many others are listed here:
• Interpreting all the complex and confusing legislation that exists in relation to employment issues
• Calculate all your Tax and National Insurance obligations and pay these directly to HMRC.
• Processing your Expense Claim Forms. If there have been errors or forgotten details which will result in us not being able to process the expense we will immediately send you an email of this and advise how to correct these so they can be re-submitted.
• We review and verify all your expenses to ensure they are with-in the parameters established by HMRC as legitimate business expenses.
• Access to a team of specialist and helpful Payroll advisors who can assist with any Payroll issues and ensure you are maximising the benefits available to you.
• Facilitate all your Statutory rights including the right to Statutory Sick Pay as well as Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Pay.
What are the fees for the Umbrella Company?
This is called a Company Deduction and is a small, flat percentage fee (4%) that HR Payroll apply for the above range of services they provide.
What are these 'Legitimate Expenses' that I can claim?
These are expenses that are incurred wholly, necessarily and exclusive to the performance of your duties and have been deemed acceptable by a special dispensation for HRPayroll from HM Revenue and Customs ("HMRC"). For your convenience we have attached at the bottom of this document a full and detailed list of all the expenses that can be claimed and what you need to provide when claiming these expenses.
When do I need to send my Expense Claim Forms by?
For the expenses to be processed with your timesheets the following week they must be received by 8am Tuesday. We do require a signed and dated Original Expense Claim form to be posted to us. Please note faxed copies and emailed copies are not acceptable.
Where can I access these forms?
These can be found in the Payroll Information Tab on the Nursing Personnel website.
You mentioned Statutory Pay; does that mean I am eligible for Sick Pay or Maternity Pay?
Yes you are entitled to statutory rates of pay; subject to meeting certain criteria from HMRC:
• You have been working through MPP for at least 8 weeks for Sick Pay or 26 weeks for Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Pay and earning at least £102 per week during that period.
• You have a valid Doctors Certificate.
Subsistence: HR Payroll calculates automatic expenses per shift on your behalf (a Food Allowance) which appears on your payslip as Subsistence.
This is calculated each shift at the following rates and is used as a deduction only for your tax calculation.
Breakfast Rate ‐ Before 7.30: £7.50
One Meal Rate ‐ 5 Hour Shift: £7.50
Two Meal Rate ‐ 10 Hour Shift: £15.00
Dinner Rate: After 8pm: £20
Mileage: For those who drive to work, Mileage is one of the most common expenses that you can claim each shift. To claim Mileage an expense below see the below snapshot: You will be required to enter the following details:
1. Date: Date of shift
2. From: Where the journey started
3. To: Where the journey ended
4. Type: If it was a single or return journey
5. Miles: The number of miles driven
• Travel ‐ Rail (Receipted): Train and Tube travel or use of a Travelcard to a shift and back home can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt must be uploaded. Please note a Pre-paid top-up on an Oyster is not permitted unless it is accompanied with a printed Oyster history which shows the dates of your shifts (available from the TFL website at https://oyster.tfl.gov.uk/oyster/entry.do ).
• Travel ‐ Taxi (Receipted): Taxi travel to a shift and back home can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt detailing the cost and the car company must be uploaded.
• Travel ‐ Bus (Receipted): Bus travel to a shift and back home can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt must be uploaded. The same rules around Pre-paid oysters apply.
• Accommodation (Receipted): Where you are required to travel long distances for work and it is easier or more practical to stay a night in a hotel, Bed & Breakfast or nurse's quarters than travelling home this can be claimed as a work related expense. Please note we can only use accommodation as an expense on dates where you have shifts. A valid receipt from the Hotel or B&B must be provided. If staying in nurse accommodation there must also be a valid receipt from the Hospital uploaded.
• Accommodation - Staying with Friend (Unreceipted) £25 per night: If the above rules for accommodation apply however you would rather stay at a friend's house than at a hotel or B&B this may also be an acceptable work related expense. We will require for you to fill in the notes section; your friend's name, address and the relevant dates you stayed there.
• Mobile Phone (Top Up) - Max £10 (Receipted): Top-up/prepaid mobile phone credit can be claimed as a work related expense to a maximum of £10 per week. A valid receipt must be uploaded.
• Mobile Phone (Contract) - Calls to Nursing Personnel - (Receipted): All calls that are made to Nursing Personnel (as an 0845) number can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid bill showing the charges to the 0845 number must be uploaded.
• Home Phone ‐ Calls to Nursing Personnel (Receipted) All calls that are made to Nursing Personnel (as an 0845) number can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid bill showing the charges to the 0845 number must be uploaded.
• Internet (Receipted): Internet usage at home can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid bill showing the charges for the internet must be uploaded. If it is part of a Sky package please send the details and we will proportionate the charges for the internet.
• Stationery (Receipted): All pens, paper and other stationery items can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt must be uploaded.
• Office Equipment (Receipted): All other Office Equipment such as Printer ink can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt must be uploaded.
• Postage (Receipted): All postage stamps and charges as well as envelopes can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt must be uploaded.
• Parking: If you incur parking charges after driving to a shift this can be claimed as a work related expense. If a valid receipt can be produced this should be uploaded however when a receipt is not able to be generated please indicate the exact parking cost and the date must be written in the notes section.
• Tolls: If you pass through a toll while driving to a shift this can be claimed as a work related expense. If a valid receipt can be produced this should be uploaded however when a receipt is not able to be generated please indicate the exact toll fare and the date must be written in the notes section.
• Uniform (Receipted): Uniforms bought from Nursing Personnel or other associated/approved company can be claimed as a work related expense. If purchased through Nursing Personnel we will claim this on your behalf automatically however if purchased elsewhere a valid receipt must be uploaded. Please note this can only be claimed once every three months.
• Subscription to NMC and other Professional Associations (Receipted):Any fees and Membership subscriptions to Associations related to your profession can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt must be uploaded.
• Nurse Watch (Receipted): Specific watches required for Nursing as per guidelines can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt must be uploaded. Please note this can only be claimed once every three months.
• Nurse Shoes: Specific shoes required for Nursing as per guidelines can be claimed as a work related expense. A valid receipt must be uploaded. Please note this can only be claimed once every three months.
• Training (Receipted): Any training to enhance your skills and performance for your role can be claimed as a work related expense. If training was completed through Nursing Personnel we will claim this on your behalf automatically and if completed elsewhere valid receipts and certificates must be uploaded.
• Dry Cleaning (Receipted): Any dry cleaning for uniform or other associated clothing needed for your role can be claimed. A valid receipt must be uploaded.
• Travel to university (Students only): All transport costs to classes can be claimed. A valid receipt in line with the transport guidelines must be uploaded.
• Tuition fees (Students only): All course related expenses for approved subjects related to your employment such as course fees, exam fees and other associated expenses can be claimed as a work related expense. Valid receipts must be uploaded.
• Rent (Relocated Students Only): Students whom have relocated for work from their university may be eligible to claim rent as a work related expense. Please note to approve this we require an official receipt which provides the address, amount, dates and landowners signature. Importantly this rule does not apply to students who work and study in the same location or for those not studying.
• Annual Medical Checkups (Receipted): Your yearly Occupational Health screening and Fit to Work certificate.
• Conferences (Receipted): Any work related conferences that you attend to further your education and discuss issues that affect your role. A valid receipt must be uploaded.
• Criminal Record Check (Receipted): Your annual CRB check to ensure your compliance with the law and to ensure your safety and that of your patients.
• Protective Clothing (Receipted): For any other form of clothing or protective equipment, besides uniform, that is required for your role may potentially be claimed as a work related expense. Please note that for this to be permitted a note justifying why this is essential for your role and this will be reviewed by our control committee. A valid receipt must be uploaded.
Payroll Frequently Asked Questions:
When do I have to have my Timesheet sent by?
Timesheets are to be faxed through to 0845 845 122 0413 by 8am Friday morning.
Alternatively they can be sent by post to be received by 8am Friday to the following address:
Payroll- Nursing Personnel Level 10 Great West House (GW-1) Brentford, London TW8 9DF
When do I receive payment for these Timesheets?
We run our Pay-Cycle weekly which means all timesheets that are received by 8am Friday will be received in your bank account the next Friday.
Can I email my timesheet?
The Payroll Department have been working hard with the Trusts to allow our valued staff to email Timesheets through rather than faxing or posting Timesheets.
For the Timesheet to be processed it must meet the below conditions. If it does not you will receive an email stating why and be asked to re-submit. If the Timesheet is not re-submitted in the correct format by the Friday 8am cut-off you will not be paid till the following Friday.
• Must be scanned in PDF format
• Must be emailed to email@example.com
• Timesheet to be completed in Black Ink Only
• All writing must be Clear and Legible
• No photos from phone cameras
• Timesheet must be the original printed from the Website (NB photocopies of timesheets will not be accepted)
• For hospitals that require original Timesheets (Queen Elizabeth and Good Hope) emailed Timesheets will not be accepted
• Nursing Personnel logo must be visible
How do I know if my Timesheet has been processed?
This can be easily found by logging on to on the Nurse Portal through Nursing Personnel's website. Once you have logged into your online account please click the Summary of Shifts Tab. Once here if there is a Green Tick next to the shift that means we have received and processed the timesheet you have sent through.
Why can't I call and check if my Timesheet has been received?
Faxed timesheets are actually not received in a Paper form rather in an electronic format. These are then sent individually to Payroll staff to process. This has dramatically improved processing time for Timesheets ensuring all timesheets sent by the cut-off will be paid.
Our staff does not have access to check if timesheets are in the queue therefore unfortunately have no way of telling if your timesheet is received. The only thing calling staff will achieve is under-utilising valuable Payroll staff time which can be used to ensure your timesheet would be processed and paid.
The best thing to do is send your timesheets well before the cut-off and checking your account on the website. Process time will be a lot quicker during non-peak periods, which are near the cut-off time, and therefore will appear on-line a lot sooner.
Where can I print more Timesheets?
These can be found in the Payroll Information Tab on the Nursing Personnel website.
What do I need filled on my timesheet?
• Signature by nurse in charge
• Date of Shift
• Start and End time of Shift
• Any breaks taken
• Reference Number/Cost code (Given by NP co-ordinator or Nurse in charge)
• Your name and signature
I have just started working through MPP. What forms do you require and what information do you need?
1. For us to pay you we do need your Bank Details which is your Sort code, Account Number and Account Name.
2. We need a completed and signed P46 form, which can be found on our Website.
3. We send texts to let you know when your salary will be paid and we also email payslips to you. Please ensure you provide your co-ordinator with a valid mobile phone number and email address.
We also require you to read and understand your contract and Terms and Conditions which can be conveniently viewed and agreed upon on-line at: www.hrpay.co.uk/register/26
Who are Direct Medical Services?
For our staff that chose to work through their own Limited Company we use Direct Medical Services Limited to facilitate payments to Limited Companies on behalf of MPP as a specialist service.
What do you require to pay me through my Limited Company?
1. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are compliant with the IR-35 legislation and thus eligible to contract through a Limited Company.
2. Your Business Bank Details
3. A Shareholders Certificate
4. Certificate of Incorporation
What are my Annual Deductions and how do they get charged?
As you are aware the Medical industry has numerous legislative safeguards to ensure safety for the patients you serve as well as ensuring your health and safety in respect to your colleagues.
The annual compulsory deductions you will see are a Criminal Records Bureau Check and a Fit to Work certificate. We have structured the repayment of these deductions to be automatically deducted from your wages. This provides an advantage to yourself as these deductions lowers your Taxable Income which reduces the amount of Tax and NI payable.
You will be charged as a deduction for any cost incurred by MPP in relation to training, CRBs and occupational health.
Why am I on BR/0T for a tax code?
A BR Tax Code means you are getting taxed at 20% on your total Taxable income rather than receiving the £8,015 yearly Tax-Free Allowance. There are two reasons for this:
1. If we are not your sole Employer and you are already claiming the Tax-Free allowance from another Employer then you cannot also claim it through MPP or;
2. You have not sent through a P46 form which we require to change your tax code. If that is the case please fill that out and send to us.
When will I be getting my P60?
P60's which are used for your annual tax return will be sent to you by the 31st May 2012.
Further Contact Details:
If you require any further information on help you can email on
firstname.lastname@example.org or call the team on 0845 122 0414.