Moving to Managed Payroll?
It’s Unexpectedly Simple.
If you’re reading this, then we assume you’ve been debating whether a managed payroll service is the right move for your business. And you’re probably working towards wider business objectives like reducing your total cost of ownership, increasing efficiency, improving business continuity plans, or reducing risk.
With over 75 years’ experience in managing payroll for some of the largest global brands, we understand a thing or two about it. And most importantly, we know how to make the process as simple as possible. Or ‘unexpectedly simple’ as our customers have told us.
So here’s where you need to start - the 6 steps and key questions you need answers to when thinking about outsourcing your payroll…
Unexpectedly simple: Outsourcing your payroll is much easier than you think
The video below explains the 6 steps and key questions you need to consider when it comes to outsourcing your payroll. But if you still have questions, don’t worry. We’ve pulled together a helpful guide that provides clarity on what each step means for your business, and the questions you need to be asking: internally, and to potential suppliers.
Payroll outsourcing | Work smarter, not harder
Outsourcing payroll is very much on the rise. It is now in the top 3 most desired outsourcing projects with 4 in every 10 HR leaders saying they want to introduce this in their own organisation. These key trends were taken from our latest Future of Work & People report when we researched the challenges and priorities of almost 3,000 senior HR leaders across Europe.
The complete guide to outsourcing your payroll in 2021 [Free 121 business case support]
The concept of outsourcing your payroll is highly appealing. Businesses effectively gain more expertise, experience and resources, and it costs them less.
5 implementation steps to ensure your outsourced payroll transition goes smoothly
The prospect of handing over responsibility for your payroll to an outsourced partner can be daunting enough, without having to worry about something going wrong during the transition. That’s why implementation has to go smoothly.