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Genius Money work with contractors and construction businesses to provide smarter, compliant models enabling them to payroll their sub-contractors without risk from HMRC investigation.

With our UNPARALLED EXPERIENCE within the Construction sector; we fully understand the unique importance of maintaining a flexible workforce, remain competitive and stay profitable in a very tough industry. With regular changes in legislation and compliance we also understand how difficult this can be to achieve without the correct advice and support in place.

While our competition guarantee you protection from the associated costs of any employment tribunal challenges Genius Money like to go a few steps further and GUARANTEE you that no such investigations even take place. While it may be good to know that your costs will be covered in the event of an HMRC challenge, there seems to be a lack of focus on the extremely important long-term implications of such investigations.

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Groundworker

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Southampton SO17 2ND
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To carryout all aspects of Groundwork's on new Mercedes-Benz site

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Minimum of 6 months experience

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Groundworker

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Reading RG1 8EQ
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To carryout all aspects of Groundwork's on new Mercedes-Benz site

Key Skills & Experience
Minimum of 6 months experience

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