Integrating global payroll and HR systems can lead to greater accuracy, better security, and lower costs.
By Judith Lamb
Ask the world’s leading global companies about their greatest asset, and most will respond with “our people.” At the same time, attracting and retaining top talent remains a top concern among executives, according to The Conference Board’s C-Suite Challenge 2019 research. That is why HR departments across the world are trying to enhance the employee experience at every turn. But in doing so, these teams are so focused on serving the day-to-day needs of the workforce that they occasionally overlook otherwise obvious opportunities to improve the function overall. Case in point: payroll.
HR leaders need to keep an eye on these six regulatory issues.
By Mike Trabold
With the flip of the calendar to a new year, one thing on the mind of many HR professionals is the ever-changing regulatory landscape. According to the 2019 Paychex Pulse of HR Survey, 35 percent of HR leaders cite keeping up with regulations among their top challenges.
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By Larry Basinait
The world of work is changing quickly, and the key to staying ahead is staying informed. From company culture to social media strategy and employer brand best practices, HRO Today research reports address the key questions on the minds of HR professionals. Here, we share some of the top findings.
By Elliot H. Clark We all grew up listening to the story of David and Goliath. This is a tale of how a young shepherd boy volunteered to face the hulking giant champion of the Philistines one hot day in the Valley of Elah. The triumph of David has become part of cultural lore and religious canon, […]
By Debbie Bolla
Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now? No, I am not talking about cell phone service. I am talking about how today’s employees want to provide feedback and feel like their employers are listening to them. But in many cases, workers aren’t being heard—or at least that is the perception. In fact, Gallup’s research finds that only three in 10 U.S. employees strongly agree that their opinions seem to count at work.
By Renée Preston
At its core, a professional association will unite and inform people who work in the same industry. Associations provide networking and professional development opportunities, allowing members to connect with their peers and industry experts.
Rewards and Recognition Financial Structure: What Buyers Need to Know featuring Alex Alaminos, Chief Executive Officer, Madison
The HRO Today Association Awards recognize innovation and greatness in the field of HR among both individual leaders and their teams. The following awards are open to anyone in the industry – service providers, buyers/clients and advisors. Company Awards (recognizing a company or team): Thought Leadership (HR Excellence) Award Business Partnership Excellence Recruitment Team of […]