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Why integrate payroll and HR?

Why integrate payroll and HR?

Like cheese and crackers, Slade and Christmas and Ant and Dec, some things are just meant to go together. Businesses have an uncanny knack of dividing their various functions into silos that never collaborate. That may ensure roles are kept nice and tightly defined,...

Email and the work/life balance

Email and the work/life balance

As a new survey shows most rail commuters are using train Wi-Fi to send work related emails, should employers and their payroll departments be worried or grateful? If you’ve been a rail commuter this week, you almost certainly sent or replied to an email or two on...

How to increase staff morale without blowing the budget

How to increase staff morale without blowing the budget

Think about the places where you’ve loved working. What was it about these workplaces that made getting out of bed at the crack of dawn each day so appealing? Was it the nature of the job? Maybe. Was it the commute? Doubtful. Was it your compensation and benefits?...

Five ways to decrease sickness absence

Five ways to decrease sickness absence

According to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), employee absence costs British businesses £29 billion per year. This equates to just under £600 per head. It’s no wonder, then, that decreasing sickness remains a priority for most management...

Zero hours contracts: where do you stand?

Zero hours contracts: where do you stand?

They’re one of a range of tools employers can use to ensure their workforce has the flexibility to respond to demands. They’re unfairly demonized and the majority of people on them are perfectly happy. Or, to put it another way, zero-hours contracts are a workplace evil, with employees frog-marched onto them against their will, forever ruining their chances of getting a mortgage or secured loan.

So where do you stand?

Too small for occupational health?

Too small for occupational health?

Organisations that run or have access to occupational health schemes reduce the duration of employee sickness – and the costs associated with it – compared with those that don’t. But occupational health services have traditionally been the preserve of larger, wealthier organisations. Until now.

Payroll. HR. Should you integrate them?

Payroll. HR. Should you integrate them?

‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ can be a tempting argument. Yes, your payroll and HR data may be accurate and up to date. Yes, your people may feel entirely at home with separate systems they know, understand and which ensure they get paid every month. But if you...

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