Thirty-five per cent of UK workers believe that employers do not provide them with enough opportunities to develop new skills. Less than half (49.9%) of UK staff indicate they can decide for themselves which training courses they may/can attend. These are the results of research conducted by payroll and HR services provider SD Worx in Belgium, Germany, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
SD Worx, a leading European HR & payroll services provider, has appointed Patricia Molenaar as Senior Vice President for Mid-Market Large Enterprises, Public Sector and International Markets. Patricia Molenaar will join the Executive Committee and report directly to CEO Kobe Verdonck.
SD Worx, a leading European HR & payroll services provider, achieved a consolidated turnover of EUR 743.3 million (-3.2% compared to 2019) and a normalised EBITDA of EUR 77.3 million (+15.3% compared to 2019) in 2020. The normalised EBITDA includes investments in digital transformation for an amount of EUR 11.8 million.
Outsourcing is often a popular term across business functions, but research finds that UK companies find themselves in a love/hate relationship with outsourcing in the HR department. The study of 3,000 international companies across 11 countries was conducted by HR and payroll specialist, SD Worx, and found that many UK businesses are now considering whether to manage the majority of HR projects in house following the pandemic.
SD Worx, a leading European HR & payroll services provider, has opened an operations center in Katowice (Poland). The geographic expansion to Central Europe underpins SD Worx’s international growth strategy and supports the global expansion of its customers with payroll and HR services.