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WEBINAR: Your Payroll Isn’t Good Enough

Why payroll maturity matters   Webinar Wed 12th August. 1-2pm – In partnership with HR Grapevine. Has your Payroll operation been ‘wow’, ‘m’eh’ or ‘yikes’ over… View Article

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WEBINAR: Your Payroll Isn’t Good Enough

Why payroll maturity matters

 

Webinar Wed 12th August. 1-2pm – In partnership with HR Grapevine.

Has your Payroll operation been ‘wow’, ‘m’eh’ or ‘yikes’ over the last few months? Has it remained a beacon of stability, or has it succumbed to the pressures of the pandemic? Whatever your answer, the root cause is often the maturity of your payroll operation.

As we emerge from Covid-19, one of the most economic and socially disrupting periods of our lifetime, it’s critical for businesses to scrutinise and challenge their payroll operations.

This is where the degree of your payroll maturity matters: it impacts your whole organisation, from operational efficiency and exposure to risk, to employee experience.

What a mature payroll function can offer

Too many businesses rely on manual processes, legacy systems and understaffed payroll teams. In tough times, this can leave payroll operations vulnerable to risk and unprecedented change. A solution that worked previously may well be lagging now in terms of technology, ROI or facilitating your business continuity plans.

But your payroll could be more influential than you know. Moving from a reactive to a proactive strategic process model can help your organisation increase efficiency, improve employee experience, reduce costs and become more operationally resilient.

And in order to make these improvements, you must understand your payroll’s maturity level.

So SD Worx and learn…

In partnership with HR Grapevine, SD Worx are hosting a live webinar where Payroll Gurus, Will Smith and Chris Cullen, will discuss why payroll maturity matters.

They will explore the following areas, and provide guidance on:

  • How you can develop a high-performing payroll team
  • How to assess your payroll processes for optimum performance
  • Tips to ensure compliance and accuracy, every time
  • The value of harnessing data through reporting and analysis
  • Tips to ensure operational resilience and business continuity

Daniel Cave, Head of Content at HR Grapevine will be moderating the session and will be taking your questions to pose to our experts.

Register now to book your place.

Can’t make that time? Don’t worry, register your details and we’ll send you the recording!

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