Reinventing Expense Management.
Reducing Costs & Managing Spend While Finding a New Normal
The pandemic forced businesses to be more agile to keep up with fluid working patterns. Digital infrastructure to support employees working from home was given a renewed focus. And as the world begins to return to a new normal way of working, businesses more than ever are needing to shine the spotlight on these systems and processes to ensure they can keep up with a flexible workforce that is here to stay.
Many organisations are continuing work from home or hybrid policies, with limited time in the office. And some workforces are moving to permanent home working, only visiting shared spaces for important face to face meetings.
This fluid way of working means that HR and Finance teams are facing new challenges - managing an abundance of new expense claims that didn’t exist before the pandemic. With the rise of home working, it’s likely businesses will see a rise in expense claims from employees, as visiting the office will become an additional requirement above and beyond their employment contract – and businesses need to be ready.
Our whitepaper explores how HR and Finance leaders can deal successfully with the impact on their digital infrastructure and bottom lines, the steps executives can take to safeguard their company, and how to ensure any transition or transformation is as pain-free as possible.
Download this whitepaper to:
- Understand the impact of the move to home working on your HR solution and financial forecasts.
- Gain actionable insights to help you navigate the new normal.
- Learn best practices on cost control and reduction, spend management measures and process optimisations.
- Gain tips to adjust cash flow and redirect much-needed funds into strategic endeavours.
How to prepare for GDPR: the clock is ticking!
With just three months to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, the clock is ticking for HR and payroll managers to get the systems and processes in place to ensure compliance. The regulation, coming into effect on 25 May 2018, updates data rights for today’s networked world, and organisations ignore it at their peril.
Don’t believe the hype! Lip service with the ISO 27001 standard
As an employee who has the privilege of representing SD Worx to an awful lot of prospective clients, I get to hear what’s important to the market straight from key decision makers.
ISO 27001, and data security in general, is one of the hottest topics in our market space.
What is GDPR?
Our Head of Legal, Leon Daniel, has written some useful information on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and what it might mean for your organisation. This is the first of a series of articles on the new Regulation and will cover the steps we are taking at SD Worx to ensure GDPR compliance.