Revolutionising Pay Day

20th January, 2020


Technology is revolutionising when and how we are paid for the work we do, saving billions of pounds in needless loan fees and ending an epidemic of pay day anxiety.

For most of us pay day comes at the end of the month, or at best every two weeks. Waiting to be paid is a fact of life. In actual fact, waiting to be paid for work already done costs workers billions of pounds a year in needless loan-fees, is a leading cause of anxiety, and provides employers with free credit.

But what if we could change that so-called fact of life?

New technology developed by Greensill, a leading provider of working capital finance, is tackling head on the problem of waiting to be paid.

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Read about how Greensill is revolutionising pay day.


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