Article first published in Holiday Parks Management June issue 2019.
When I think of caravan parks, it brings back many happy memories. I was brought up on a holiday park as my Dad worked for the Haulfryn group and then later owned his own park just outside Allonby in Cumbria. I recall as a young girl helping in the office, which included submitting hours for those who worked for the group and then later running my Dad’s payroll. Whilst this seemed relatively straightforward back then, there are many more key considerations for a holiday park in respect of payroll and employment law to consider today and below are just a few:
All in all, running a holiday park of any kind is a very busy and demanding job. As an owner why not get rid of at least one of the headaches?
This article was first published in Holiday Parks Management Magazine.
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