In this article, we review the additional requirements that Global Payroll Leaders meet in the digital global environment in which we operate. These enhanced requirements from consolidated reporting to governance to data protection is over and beyond country payroll delivery and has progressed into strategic global payroll management. To deliver this, global payroll leaders continue to pursue and have increasing success in the standardization of global payroll processes and the delivery of a truly Global Payroll System that meets current needs and the future growth business plan.
Last week we brought you the first part of our Global Payroll Leader series with John Lestock, this week we introduce part 2 of that interesting interview. Listen to John speak about how a company can utilize payroll data for strategic decision making and John’s advice for companies who are scaling internationally and looking for a Global Payroll Solution.
Introducing the first in our series of interviews with experienced Global Payroll Managers. In our first edition, we have the pleasure of chatting with John Lestock, Global Payroll Accountant CPP at Boeing. During this interview, we cover everything from the changes John has seen in the Global Payroll industry over the past 5 years through how technology is influencing global payroll in terms of automation and standardization.
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As HR and Finance teams know, even managing local payroll with its many intricacies, changes, and updates is a complicated task. But when a business expands overseas, the question of managing a successful payroll system holds even more challenges. Local laws and regulations in multiple languages can present significant barriers to the in-house management of payroll operations.
In the last year, we have seen huge leaps in emerging technologies set to make our lives easier, safer and more efficient. 2019 saw The Internet of Things, Augmented Reality, Cloud technology and Edge Compute becoming common terms outside of tech circles for the first time. Next year will see brand new technologies treading the path towards becoming more mainstream. As well as the democratization of technologies which have been emerging steadily in recent years. These are more than just tools for digital transformation. They are business trends to prepare for, understand and add to your arsenal. Because you can guarantee your competitors will be adapting their business models.
It’s no secret amongst payroll professionals that payroll processes are becoming increasingly complex with every year that passes. The reasons behind this growing complexity arise from three angles: regulations, workforce expectations, and business needs. Here are the top 5 most complex countries to run payroll.
New Zealand offers investors a highly skilled workforce and a politically and economically stable environment. However, there are specific rules for payroll and taxation which international companies should consider when setting up operations in New Zealand.
Read our Global Payroll Country Guide to learn more about payroll in New Zealand.
This October Westport is host to local and international talent as the creative Westival, Westport Music and Arts Festival takes place. At Payslip, we are thrilled to participate and be listed as a “Best Friend” for Westival.
The employee handbook is not necessarily required of employers, but it is by far the best way to remain compliant with employment laws. Also, it is a great way to speed up the onboarding process with new employees. Read our tips on how to create a top-notch employee handbook.
Bulgaria has the most favorable tax regime in Europe and a low cost of doing business across the board, however navigating the local corporate environment can be difficult without having professional help on board. Read our Global Payroll Country Guide to learn what multinationals should consider when expanding in Bulgaria.
A global payroll software improves efficiency within the HR department. But by employing the tool in the field of staff planning, efficiency can spread to every facet of the organization. Read more to learn how payroll reporting impacts resource planning and strategic decision making.
Taking shortcuts in your new hire onboarding process will cost your company time and money. Choosing instead to transform your onboarding process can significantly increase your employee retention rates, as well as your company’s overall productivity. Read our tips on how to create a successful employee onboarding strategy.
Thanks to its strong open-market system, friendly global commerce environment, and well-educated workforce, Canada attracts businesses from around the globe. Read our Canada Country Guide to learn more about what multinational companies should consider when setting up operations in Canada from Global Payroll perspective.
Employee self-service is a development in HR technology that puts the power in the hands of employees. ESS is now offered as part of Global Payroll software, including data input and software uploads, mobile and web-based apps, secure logins and access to pay and tax data. Employees can manage their working hours and holidays and submit their expenses, improving efficiency, productivity and engagement. Learn more here.
Workplaces across the world are beginning to do their part to achieve environmental sustainability. Not only is sustainability great for the environment, but in most cases, it is simple to do. It merely requires changing a few habits. Here are our 7 easy steps on how to create a Sustainable Workplace.
Malaysia offers businesses opportunities across a range of key sectors and ranks 15th in the ease of doing business globally. However, there are specific payroll and tax rules, depending upon whether your multinational company employs foreign nationals or local employees.
Read our latest payroll country guide to learn how your organization can easily meet the payroll requirements in Malaysia.
At Payslip, we are excited to be shortlisted for two awards at this year’s Annual Excellence Awards by the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP).
The concept of wa or harmony lies at the heart of business meetings in #Japan. In order to maintain a sense of wa and build strong relationships, an understanding of Japanese culture is required. Read our latest Global Payroll Guide to learn how a good understanding of Japanese culture is extremely important when establishing business in Japan.