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Constructive Business Services Contact Details

Telephone
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Fax
0845 1800 447
Contact
Robert Ryce
Email
Address
73 Plover Road
Larkfield
Aylesford
Kent
ME20 6LA
England UK

About Constructive Business Services

Constructive Business Solutions is looking to become one of the foremost Construction Health and Safety Management and Training Consultancies in the UK, specialising in the application of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007. We have developed a reputation for providing practical solutions to Construction Health and Safety Management issues, offering proven approaches to meeting the requirements of legislation.

Our services are available to all sectors of the building and construction industry from small maintenance, engineering and construction contractors to multi disciplined organisations.

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Health and Safety
Straight-talking Health and Safety consultants that actually implement their own advice.

A wealth of experience making your Health and Safety at work a breeze.

Are you puzzled by the Health and Safety at Work regime that is deliberately severe?

Well, the trend is going to continue and we don't like taking risks; we enjoy managing them. Constructive Business Solutions are proud to offer you, undoubtedly, the most cost effective Health and Safety Consultancy Services you're likely to find, so, this might be the best step you've taken so far.

Reasons why Health & Safety is good for your business.
  • It can enhance your company image.
  • Protects your hard won assets.
  • Improve standing amongst your competitors and suppliers.
  • Indicate to others that you’re a responsible employer.
  • Reduces your workers absence and sickness.
  • Increases productivity, employees are healthier, happier and better motivated.
  • Reduce your Insurance Premiums and business running costs.
  • The threat of legal action being taken is less.
  • A vital ingredient for a successful and profitable business.
What can happen if your business gets it all wrong?
  • Directors, Managers and Supervisors can be prosecuted.
  • Financial implications can be substantial.
  • Your workers would suffer a loss of their earnings.
  • Workers and their family would carry the burden for after-care costs following an injury or accident.
  • Your Business would suffer disruption.
  • Incurr expensive claims for damages, etc.
  • Your business could even collapse.
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Human Resources

HOW WE DELIVER OUR HUMAN RESOURCES AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

Our online service is web based and is delivered over the Internet direct to your PC. There is no need to install any software. All you need is an Internet connected PC and away you go; you can enjoy simple secure access to our system anytime from anywhere.

GETTING STARTED?
Our service is designed for businesses with little or no internal personnel management expertise. It is easy and quick to use. We simply ask for 30 minutes of your time in the beginning to get you started and to explain how it works, after that we are just a phone call away whenever you need us.

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CIS Taxation
The Treasury is proposing plans to tackle what it calls 'false self-employment', which could land the construction industry with a bill of up to £350 million through an increased cost of labour.

HM Revenue & Customs believes up to 400,000 site workers are registered as self-employed when they should be employees, saving both the contractor and the worker thousands of pounds in tax and national insurance contributions.

The Treasury is proposing all construction workers be deemed employees and be subject to PAYE taxation unless they supply their own materials, provide a substantial amount of plant, or are providing other people’s labour as well as their own.

Nick Bustin, senior manager for employment tax services at accountancy firm Mazars, said: 'The proposal includes a test specific to the Construction Industry whereby workers who provide, for example, their own heavy equipment, materials and other workers will be treated as self-employed. This will establish a distinct industry-based test which does not apply in any other sector. Similar proposals have been considered in the past and not implemented, so it is unclear why they are considered a viable option now.'

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