These whitepapers cover the various options available for processing payroll today. Learn what to look for when buying payroll software, evaluate whether in-house or outsourced payroll makes sense for you and discover the advantages of PayCards for employers and their staff.
Maximizing the Return on Your Talent Investment
Maximizing the return on your talent investment
Stay In Control: The Benefits of In-House Payroll
Why in-house payroll offers tighter control, better access to information, and safer compliance than outsourced payroll
Change how you process payroll: 15 points to keep in mind when selecting a new solution
Payroll is the most highly visible benefit you provide employees. If the paycheck is late or wrong, you’ll get plenty of complaints—and maybe a few compliance fines. Changing how you process payroll has to be done right and there are a lot of things to consider
In House or Outsource: Exploring Your Payroll
Whatever the size of your organisation if you employ staff, you have to run a payroll. There are, however, a range of different options when it comes to managing this vital function.
The Payroll Manager's Guide to Year-End
Payroll reconciliation, reporting, and tax filing create a lot of work for busy payroll managers at year-end. In addition to regular payroll processing, administrators are closing the current year and setting up for any new rules and compliance changes for the next year.
15 Factors to Consider When Changing How You Process Payroll
When changing how you process payroll, there are numerous considerations that must be taken into account. Here are 15 factors to keep in mind.
The Complete Buyers Guide for Payroll Software
Get the scoop on recent payroll trends, how to analyze the effectiveness of your current payroll software, the key capabilities to look for when you’re ready to purchase, and approaches to determining the credibility and reliability of your software solutions provider.
The Myths of Outsourcing
Companies today have two options for paying their employees: outsource their payroll or bring it in-house. Companies are often drawn to payroll outsourcing by their promises of saving the company time, money and resources. However, those companies quickly find the hidden fees and lack of flexibility and control after they outsource. If this applies to your company, take the time to learn more about the "myths" of outsourcing and how an advanced, in-house payroll solution can provide complete control without the hidden fees.
Top 3 Reasons to bring Payroll Inhouse
An issue that can arise with outsourcing is the loss of control over the payroll process. Service providers mandate that you meet their deadline and work on their schedule, not your own. If there is a problem with submitted payroll information, the company must alert the outsourcer of the error and wait for them to correct it — potentially delaying your payroll.
Paycards: Flexible Electronic Payroll for All Employees
U.S. businesses have recently enjoyed tremendous savings in payroll production costs by encouraging employees to accept direct deposit over paper paychecks. According to the American Payroll Association, businesses pay between one and two dollars to issue each paper paycheck. Conversely, an electronic transfer of payroll costs about twenty cents per employee. Based on these statistics, a company with 300 employees paying $2 per bi-weekly paper paycheck could enjoy an annual savings of over $14,000 if all employees received paperless electronic payroll!
Top 10 Considerations When Changing Payroll Software
When choosing a payroll software vendor, there are numerous considerations that must be taken into account when narrowing down the choices. Obviously, you have to think about the features that are important to your company, and decide on a software that meets your needs within your budget. However, it's just as important to consider other factors that can make a huge impact on the overall success of your payroll software selection.
Analyzing Your Payroll for Maximum ROI
Paying your employees accurately and on time is a basic function of operating your business. An affordable, efficient and smooth process is essential. It's an important aspect of employee satisfaction, and it's fundamental to your company's success. Payroll is so fundamental that it's frequently a given, and its strategic importance is often understated.
The Complete Buying Guide for Payroll Software
When making the switch to a new payroll solution, it's important to carefully weigh your company's needs and budget when selecting a vendor. Payroll solutions typically fall into one of two types: Commercial software… and Outsourced…, of these, commercial software typically offers the most flexibility and return on investment for mid-sized companies. Not only is commercial software more cost-effective, it allows you to protect wage and salary information, and maintain control over payroll processing to easily handle last-minute changes.
Evaluating Payroll Options For Your Mid-Sized Business: In-house, Outsourced, or a Blend of Both?
Providing employees with their paychecks on time and without error is a mission-critical aspect of your business. Because payroll is one of the most visible business processes to your employees, a payroll solution that is accurate, efficient, and right for your particular business is essential. It's an important contributor to employee satisfaction, and fundamental to your company's success. Payroll is so fundamental that it's frequently a given, and its strategic importance is often understated.
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