2019 will be an exciting year for Payroll with innovative technology such as RPA being at the forefront of operational improvements. We have put together a list of the 3 key ways technology can help improve Global Payroll processes and generally making the life of the payroll professional that little bit easier!
Payslip Global Payroll Software Targets Multi-National Employers To Meet GDPR Challenges With €1million Investment
Global Payroll Software company, Payslip, today announced a €1 million investment, led by Frontline Ventures and AIB, and leading Technology Investors, Tribal, Bloom Equity & Enterprise Ireland. Payslip delivers innovative global payroll management...
Ryanair and holiday in the same sentence is normally a happy one. Where are you off to? Yippee. Holiday time. Not at the moment with the current furore over pilots’ annual leave and reported ‘mismanagement’ or planning. When Ryanair announced their massive...
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Blockchain technology is poised to impact many industries such as banking, finance, insurance, accounting, real estate, etc. In a highly regulated industries such as HR and payroll, transparent system like blockchain can reduce discrepancies and save time.
Read our latest blog post to learn how blockchain can be used in global payroll and what are the risks and benefits for multinational organisations.
How smart is your global payroll? I don’t just mean the people in it – I’m sure they’re stellar – but how good is the payroll function at using its data to find new insights? Global payroll analytics offers you the chance to turn your payroll into more than a mere data processing center by offering the entire business a new level of insight.
Global payroll systems produce a wealth of useful data, including information including employee work hours, overtime allocation and payments, sickness and pension benefits, and tax codes. While these may be useful for operations, companies are missing a trick by not using them for longer-term analysis and planning.
Global Payroll is moving into the digital era and companies are utilising smart technology to run payroll on a global scale. Many payroll departments now deal with the challenges associated with managing payroll across several international countries while remaining compliant with local laws and regulations.
Spreadsheets have their place in a business but that place is not to run a successful multi country payroll.
Stay ahead of the game and read our article to see why its time to say goodbye to the spreadsheet!
Adopting a global payroll system is a cost-effective and efficient change for the company.
However, becoming a global business presents both opportunities and challenges.
Here we discuss some of the challenges that Multinationals face when implementing global payroll and how to overcome them.
This year St. Patrick’s Day falls on Sunday 17th of March, so in Ireland the day after (Monday 18th of March) is an official bank holiday. Read our article and see how St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated around the world and access some helpful tips for Irish bank holiday payroll.read more
A global payroll department has many critical areas: accuracy, timeliness, funding, service, and many more. When it comes to relationships, one relationship qualifies as critical: your relationship with your payroll provider.
Learn which steps you should take to, not only manage your payroll provider, but also to establish a relationship with them.
Increasingly companies are seeking to expand their global footprint to chase new revenue streams. This has payroll implications that companies need to consider as part of any exploratory process. As companies become more global, however, the need for greater compliance and standardization across jurisdictions becomes a critical success factor.
Read our article to learn which are the key points for multinationals that can make their Multi country payroll successful.
Global mobility is a challenge that affects both employers and employees. Increasingly, workers are on the move: in a recent survey, nearly 70 % of business leaders agreed that global mobility was an enabler of business and talent strategies. Unfortunately, though, only 3% rated their companies as ‘world class‘ when it comes to actually carrying out these global deployments. How can you best help your staff as they move abroad? Read our tips to achieve Global Mobility success.read more
Colombia’s economy is South America’s third largest and one of the most attractive in the continent for foreign investment. However there can be challenges when it comes to starting a business in Colombia, more specifically when paying your employees. Our Latin America payroll partner J.A. Del Rio have prepared an excellent infographic explaining the main Colombian salary types and how they affect payroll.read more
As a company grows and expands internationally so too must is processes. Growing internationally means implementing a new global payroll process. Companies can grow through acquisition increasing international headcount overnight or as part of a strategic growth decision. Whatever the situation is, a global payroll process that works for the key stakeholders is vital to international success. Payroll is a core part of any business and effects people’s lives directly, so it is imperative it is done correctly and on time.read more
For a country only about the size of California, Sweden displays remarkably solid economic growth, a robust education system, and a high standard of living for its near 10 million citizens.
Here are the key points companies should consider when setting up in Sweden from a Global Payroll Perspective.
No matter how close your team might be, you should always be prepared for a fraud by employees.
Here are the main forms of payroll fraud and what can you do to prevent them.
2019 will be an exciting year for Payroll with innovative technology such as RPA being at the forefront of operational improvements. We have put together a list of the 3 key ways technology can help improve Global Payroll processes and generally making the life of the payroll professional that little bit easier!read more
For payroll professionals, there are often quite a few challenges to deal when it comes to Christmas Pay before the crackers can be pulled and the turkey carved.
Here are some of the key issues to consider.read more
Employers across the UK may need to tighten up their payroll processes following a Court of Appeal decision that supermarket Morrisons was liable for a serious data breach by a disgruntled employee. Four years ago, Andrew Skelton, a senior internal...read more
In any Organisation there are systems, people and processes. When the Organisation is Global the systems, people and processes are spread across multiple countries bringing additional complexities. An efficient Global Payroll process relies on a...read more
As a Global Payroll or Finance professional you’re managing multiple payroll team members in different countries and regions around the world. Depending on the countries based in, you an your team may have to deal with different requirements for...read more
Payslip, the global platform that automates the management of international payroll, has been announced as one of the finalists of 'Best Technology Business Award' in the Mayo Business Awards 2018 alongside Westnet & Oceanwave Solutions. The Mayo...read more
UK chancellor Philip Hammond's autumn budget contained plans to extend IR35 to the private sector, potentially changing the way freelancers and contractors are paid. IR35 is designed to put a stop to the practice of using off-payroll working through...read more
Payroll is often one of the most low profile functions within an organisation, but it is essentially one of the most critical business processes. It has a big impact in keeping a business’ most valuable assets happy - its' employees. An organisation's...read more