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CIPP launches #payrollhour initiative to promote the payroll industry

CIPP | Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP)

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The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) is launching a new social media initiative designed to promote the payroll industry and offer guidance to those seeking help with payroll-related problems.

The #payrollhour initiative will run each Friday, starting this week (24 May) between 2pm and 3pm through its twitter feed, @CIPP_UK.

A specialist member of the CIPP advisory team will be available during the hour to answer any technical queries received by those working within the payroll and pensions industry.

Associate Director of Marketing and Membership at the CIPP, Vickie Moss, said: “We’re incredibly excited to be launching #payrollhour and we’re confident it will play a massive part in helping to promote the wider payroll industry. However, #payrollhour is about more than simply getting people talking about the payroll sector. It will also give people the opportunity to ask the CIPP specialist payroll questions and we want people working in the industry to know that we’re with them every step of the way.” 

The CIPP is now calling on companies to tweet their own payroll success stories or questions using the hashtag, and get involved in the event by using the @CIPP_UK twitter handle.

“It doesn’t matter whether you work for a large organisation or a small company, #payrollhour is here for everybody to get involved,” added Ms Moss. “We’re looking forward to helping payroll professionals through our dedicated and unrivalled payroll expertise.”

To find out more about #payrollhour, follow us on twitter; @CIPP_UK. Alternatively, head online to to find out more about the CIPP.

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