OnePay are one of the UK’s leading providers of alternative payment solutions for temporary employees who can’t open a UK bank account. Since 2007, we’ve been giving businesses and their workers the benefits of a fast, easy and efficient way to pay and receive wage payments.
OnePay accounts are available for workers who struggle to open a UK bank account. We give your workers a OnePay card and account, which means you can pay them in the same way as you would pay someone with a UK bank account.
We help some of the UK’s leading temporary recruitment agencies, seasonal agricultural farms and employers with large workforces pay their workers every single week.
7th December 2020
OnePay joins forces with GLAA to prevent labour exploitation A provider of alternative payment solutions for temporary employees who can’t open a UK bank account has been working with the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) to help prevent labour exploitation. OnePay, which has more than 400,000 customers across the UK, helps some of the […]View all news
22nd October 2020
This event will give visitors the opportunity to interact with exhibitors in a virtual environment. The National Fruit Show is dedicated to showcasing the British top and soft fruit for over 80 years, and is the show ‘by growers for growers’. For more information click here.View all events
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No lengthy sign up process or paperwork, just an application form
Workers can spend wages with their own OnePay Card online and in stores
Our dedicated support teams are here to help you and your workers whenever needed
“It’s just the level of service, discretion and attention to detail which is required when dealing with financial matter and workers’ personal details.”
We don’t register anyone for cheque payments now; everyone who isn’t paid by BACs has been transferred across to OnePay.
"Now, new employees sign up for a OnePay account on their induction day and have their card and banking details by the time their first payment is due."