Articles tagged ‘Payroll’
MHR Overview Brochure
From small businesses to large multi-national corporates, we help organisations transform their HR and payroll. Learn about all the solutions and services available and how our experience can help you better connect all your people to deliver success.
How-to Simplify People Processes Guide
Need simplicity? Streamline your people processes with these 5 tips for reducing complexity for your people, from ways of working to supporting technology.
20 November 2023
Supporting the financial wellbeing of your employees at Christmas
What is financial wellbeing at work? Financial wellbeing is a timely issue, especially since the cost-of-living crisis really started to bite. Employers are becoming more and more aware of how…
This week Andy and Emma give a sneak preview of MHR's predictions on what to expect in the world of work in HR, Payroll and Finance in 2024. The forecast? A busy one!
3 November 2023
What will payroll look like in 2024?
“We can see which way the wind is blowing, but how fast is it going?”- Mat Akrigg Payroll departments are facing a lot of game changing challenges at the moment…
30 October 2023
MHR partners with Wagestream to bring financial wellbeing to UK employees
30th October 2023 – MHR , the HR, payroll, and finance software provider, has partnered with Wagestream, to launch financial wellbeing into our integrated, HR, payroll and finance platforms. The…
18 October 2023
Two sides of the same coin: financial wellbeing and mental health
Building trust ‘Mental health washing’ is where employers talk the talk but don’t walk the walk, is a massive problem in the modern workplace. A fifth of FTSE 1000 companies…
Lynn Murphy explains how unlocking iTrent's real potential, reduced time spent on admin and how the ease of use makes employees happy to engage with the system.
5 Years of Payroll Guide
The world of work is changing. With technology at our fingertips, why are we not embracing change? In this guide we take a look at the barriers keeping payroll teams stuck in the past.