Is your payroll disappearing into a black hole?
Payroll is arguably one of the most business-critical departments in an organisation, so why is it getting left behind?
We've commissioned new research into the current state of payroll processing and the challenges payroll teams are still facing, across the UK and Ireland.
The results are alarming. Our findings show that almost 90% of organisations have made mistakes in the last 12 months, resulting in employees being paid incorrectly or late. This is impacting payroll teams who are spending time investigating and correcting errors that could have been avoided.
Download the research to answer these questions:
- What are the biggest challenges payroll teams face?
- What effect does getting payroll wrong have on employees?
- How do errors impact payroll teams?
- How do you transform your current payroll processes?
- What is real-time payroll?
Our report highlights where payroll is going wrong and how simple it is to fix it.
Download your Payroll Research Report
Isn't it time you accelerated your payroll?
In a digital age, why are you accepting laborious processes as part of your payroll? Shouldn’t payroll be light years ahead?
With manual processes playing a big part, it’s clear that payroll teams are still being left behind.
Payroll is at the centre of a company so now more than ever organisations need to do more to ensure that payroll departments are driving change so they can focus on value-add activities.
Discover how to launch your payroll into a new dimension by downloading our new research report.
What's inside the new payroll report?
Our research report gives you exclusive access to the latest findings from our recent survey within the payroll industry. Discover the top priorities for your payroll teams and the effect getting payroll wrong has on your employees.
In this report, we navigate topics such as:
- How can payroll errors be easily avoided?
- What are the most important factors to payroll teams?
- How important is financial wellbeing to your employees?