Recent reports have revealed that NHS bosses have been asked to terminate off-payroll payments made to temporary senior staff so as to take into consideration all those staff members who are not paying taxes.
The Health Service Journal revealed details of a letter written by NHS Chief Executive Sir David Nicholson to the top officials of the health service.
The letter emphasized that only in certain situations payments should be made without the salary slip, but for not more than six months.
Further, it has been highlighted that those of the temporary staff members who earning more than £220 a day and are not given payroll for more than six months are liable to confirm the authorities that they are tax payers and National Insurance.
HSJ asserted that in case these workers don't provide with any assurance, their contract should be ended.
The letter stated that the NHS bosses should make certain that the temporary workers, serving for more than six months, should be paid via the same mode, as that followed for permanent staff, so that they are responsible enough and pay their taxes.
The letter warns: "Government departments which flout the new rules could face a fine of up to five times the amount paid to the interim worker".
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