PayStream become accredited members of PRISM and associate members of the FCSA

Monday 27th July, 2015
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Here at PayStream, we are delighted to announce our new trade association memberships as we have become both an accredited member of PRISM and an associate member of FCSA.

PRISM acts as a bridge between the Government and the contractor industry and by doing so allows its members, such as us here at PayStream, to have their voice heard through the strong relationships it has with Ministers and the Civil Service. This in turn ensures the most informed decisions can be made with issues that directly affect the industry sector. Not only are we accredited members of PRISM, but our Legal Director Julian Ball is also a member of their executive committee.

As a member, Julian works closely with PRISM's chief executive, Crawford Temple, ensuring Crawford always has professional support and advice to hand. PRISM's Chief Executive, Crawford Temple said "It is great news that Julian has taken a position on the executive committee of PRISM. He is passionate about the sector and is widely recognised as having a great deal of knowledge and experience. His presence on the team will be a real asset to PRISM".

In our industry, a strong focus on compliance is essential and we have always enforced this belief for both our contractors and agencies peace of mind. Our recent membership of PRISM and associate membership of FCSA will help to ensure that we are always at the forefront of industry and legislative changes.

Our Legal Director, Julian Ball mentioned "We are delighted to have become accredited members for PRISM and associate members of the FCSA. These trade associations are important within our industry and they work towards providing MP's and the Government with a clearer understanding of the benefits that our sector has to offer and will continue to bring to the economy. Furthermore we feel that a focus on compliance is essential and we fully back any future plans to ensure non-compliant providers are stamped out."



These trade associations are important within our industry and they work towards providing MP's and the Government with a clearer understanding of the benefits that our sector has to offer and will continue to bring to the economy. Furthermore we feel that a focus on compliance is essential and we fully back any future plans to ensure non-compliant providers are stamped out.