The Freelancer and Contractor Services Association (FCSA) has welcomed Mortimer Childe as its latest accredited member. FCSA accreditation demonstrates to freelancers, contractors and recruitment businesses that members are acting both professionally and ethically within the UK tax, employment and regulatory laws. Coupled with financial stability tests, accreditation is proof that professional businesses can take the lead in delivering the highest levels of industry standards. Mortimer Childe was founded over five years ago by Linda Brazier to provide specialist employment and payroll services to recruiters and contractors. Together, Linda and her team boast 30 years of experience and expertise in the contracting sector.
On becoming FCSA accredited, Linda Brazier said: “We are delighted to have passed the rigorous assessment to become a fully FCSA accredited member.
“Being endorsed by FCSA provides our clients with all the assurances they need to trust in the Mortimer Childe brand and know that we will deliver a fully compliant top-class service. In a sector that lacks regulation, FCSA is not only setting a benchmark, but is defining excellence across our industry and we are looking forward to working alongside other FCSA members and the whole FCSA team to drive up standards and build a better future for the flexible workforce.”
To become an accredited member, applicants must undergo an independent and rigorous assessment of their business services, operations, policies and processes, all of which are examined to ensure adherence to FCSA compliance standards.
FCSA’s chief executive, Julia Kermode added: “It is fantastic news that Mortimer Childe has been able to meet the extremely high standards required to become a fully accredited member of FCSA and I would like to congratulate Linda Brazier and her team. FCSA accredited membership is the quality mark that every freelancer, contractor and recruiter should look for when considering a professional services company, safe in the knowledge that they will receive a reliable, responsible, and ethical service.”