Innovation & Technology

Tips for Enhanced Performance on your Payroll System

The traditional HR department is greatly impacted by the introduction of cloud analytics.

The introduction of cloud and analytics has transformed the traditional HR department. Manual and tedious HR processes such as recruitment, payroll, taxes filing and employees benefits have been greatly impacted by these new technologies. The expectation of these technologies to help improve the efficiency of HR processes will continue to increase over the years. With new and improved technology readily available, payroll software can provide a plethora of benefits for HR and the organisation. However, effective harnessing of these payroll software is the key to unlocking improved capabilities of the payroll system.

Shaping your tools

Identifying your organisation's HR needs is key to enhancing your payroll system performance. By identifying certain bottlenecks or persistent systematic errors in your payroll processes, this can help you select the right payroll tools to tackle the problem. Instead of working with default payroll functions, it would be best to customise your payroll system to suit your payroll needs.

Conduct regular audits

The best way to identify and mitigate any potential payroll system issues is to conduct regular, ongoing audits. Check in with your payroll staff on any issues that they are facing. Gather feedback on how to improve the system and work on eliminating any payroll discrepancies. Regular audits are part and parcel of enhancing your payroll system performance.

Giving the right people access

Your HR might have the best payroll software, but it might not be efficiently utilised if it being accessed by the wrong people. Unauthorised accesses might result in accidental loss of critical data. It is HR's  responsibility to ensure that the right people have access to the right information. By giving specific individual employees secure access to specific data, this can help improve the payroll system. Additionally, it prevents the accidental loss or unwanted access to important and confidential payroll data.

Streamlining Processes

Unknown to most HR professionals, your payroll system can do more than simply payroll processing. Most payroll software systems link other HR functions such as tracking of employees' leave records or benefits to the payroll system. Being aware of the various add-ons available for your payroll system can help streamline your HR processes, thus improving efficiency within the HR department.

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Published Date: 23 Jan 2018

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