Payroll has a problem, but how do we fix it?
Our recent survey of HR and payroll managers from across the UK and Republic of Ireland has revealed some alarming results, with organisations admitting to making mistakes within the last year, resulting in their employees not getting paid on time or correctly. This is causing issues for payroll teams, with companies spending over 24 hours correcting errors from the month before.
It's clear that current processes are not working, and payroll teams know this – 50% want to implement new digital technologies, but what's stopping them?
Register now as we highlight the problems payroll teams are currently facing and how to overcome them.
Join our webinar where we'll explore topics including:
- The most time-consuming challenges HR and payroll teams face
- Why so much time is spent correcting errors
- Why manual processes need to be a thing of the past
- The barriers keeping HR and payroll teams from moving forward
- Why financial wellbeing needs to be a focus for organisations
- How payroll teams can help employees with their financial wellbeing
Register now for new insights into payroll challenges and how to overcome them
Join Tileisha Bennett as host, along with Kathryn Smith, Payroll Product Owner, and Chris Harper, Solutions Consultant as they discuss why so many payroll teams are having issues getting payroll right and how to combat these problems. Plus, facts and findings of our exciting new payroll research report will be shared.
- The importance of having the correct payroll processes in place to reduce errors
- How automation can overcome the issues highlighted in the new report
- Understand why payroll teams need to boost employee financial wellbeing to protect their organisation
Register now and join us on Wednesday 19th April at 2pm.
Download the research report
Almost 90% of organisations have admitted to making mistakes in their payroll, resulting in employees being paid incorrectly. How can you avoid being in this 90%?
Discover how to launch your HR and payroll into a new dimension in this report.