The secret ingredient for growth: a £2000 Employment Allowance

At the Dean Clough Cooking School, Managing Director Ruth Robinson puts state-of-the-art facilities second only to one thing: people. Turning out top quality chefs is the objective and Ruth is investing the £2000 Employment Allowance that Dean Clough will save in National Insurance contributions, by hiring another apprentice for their Halifax-based training scheme.

From 6 April 2014 employers can claim the Employment Allowance and reduce their employer Class 1 National Insurance contributions (NICs).

Find out more about the £2000 Employment Allowance

Investing the Employment Allowance at Dean Clough