Following payroll best practices includes having a payroll process and putting together a payroll audit procedure to ensure that process is performing as it should.
You have to check (and recheck) that you cross your t’s and dot your i’s. Before we go through the steps of how to conduct a payroll audit, let’s talk about why you should do it in the first place.
How do you help employees reach their greatest potential? How do you set performance expectations and help those you know could be performing so much better than they actually are? Can you identify gaps in training or communication among roles and hierarchies?
You may conduct annual performance reviews with your employees or have some type of time-based evaluation system at your company.
What protocol or performance improvement templates do you have in place to actually do something about struggling employees
In the market for a new payroll provider? Ready to move to the cloud?
You've got some research ahead of you. You'll want to choose the best payroll service for your company: one that fits your needs and your company culture. You want a payroll provider you can trust with confidential information and rely on for support. You want a payroll service that can streamline your efforts and deliver results.
Looking for top talent to fill your payroll manager role? You must create a job description that will attract the right candidates for the job. Managing a company’s payroll and everything that goes with it is a big job. You want someone who is reliable, trustworthy, detail-oriented, good with numbers—and people.
Your payroll provider is responsible for helping you deliver accurate employee pay, but if the provider falls short of expectations, you may need to make a switch. Changing payroll providers is no small thing, but you can manage a seamless transition with a solid plan and a provider that delivers comprehensive payroll tools and services.
From the moment an employee becomes part of your organization, they rely on support from your HR team. Examining the experience you provide throughout the employee lifecycle journey can help you see workforce management in a new light. You’ll not only understand the needs of the workforce better, but you’ll also identify new ways to improve every aspect of the employee experience—from recruitment to professional development and beyond.
An integrated HR payroll system is a software solution that merges payroll and HR activities for maximum efficiency. By integrating all of your workforce management activities into one platform, you can say goodbye to spreadsheets and disconnected HR systems, and support your employees from hire to retirement.
When you manage several HR processes at once, you rely on automation technology to get more done—and faster. HR automation tools take the manual effort out of your day-to-day activities and create efficiencies that save you time and money.
As an HR professional, you’re responsible for coordinating everything that comes along with human capital management (HCM), the set of policies and practices related to managing human resources. Successful human capital management relies on software solutions that allow you to streamline HCM and efficiently organize, measure, and report on employee data.
As countries around the world enforce stay-at-home orders, employees across industries and geographies continue to work from home. Some companies have also had to furlough part of their workforce, while maintaining the hope of bringing employees back when possible.