- Created on Wed | 26 Oct 2016
In the corporate world, human resources is the engine that runs all things. From hiring to firing, raises to pensions, compliance to bonuses and so much more, human resources is tasked with some of the most crucial functions in business. Of those functions, employment screening is perhaps one of the most important and difficult. Making an improper hiring choice can have drastic implications. However, automated pre-employment screening can both reduce the demand on human resources and improve the quality of hirees. Here are five of the top benefits of automated pre-employment screening.
- Created on Sat | 15 Oct 2016
One of the most prevalent trends in business is the use of third-party or outsourced payroll services. This is particularly true when it comes to payroll services for small business owners. More and more companies are turning to payroll managed services because it saves time, money, and is more efficient than hosting in-house payroll services. Outsourcing payroll services also helps in the event of an audit because third-party sources are objective, so there’s less room for payroll fraud. However, choosing a payroll company isn’t always as easy as understanding why having one is a good idea. Here are a few things to look for when trying to find a payroll company for your small business.
- Created on Sat | 01 Oct 2016
Every year there are a variety of websites, blogs, and companies that compile a list of the best online payroll software products of the year. This year was no exception. While each of these lists is interesting in its own right, what’s perhaps more enlightening is what they tell consumers about the features and services they should be looking for. In other words, the features, services, and characteristics that the top-rated companies have in common should be a sort of shopping list for consumers. If you’re shopping for payroll services, take a look at the following list of features. These features are found across all the top-rated companies and can be seen as markers for quality.
- Created on Thu | 15 Sep 2016
Human resources activities extend well beyond running payroll and conducting interviews, a fact that today’s business owners and managers know all too well. An efficient human resource management system, or HRMS, is critical to a flourishing organization. Within the HRMS exists the highest level of activities within the human resources field. That’s why it’s so important to ensure that your HRMS is fluid, effective, and focused on the right goals. Here are five goals every human resources department should strive to attain.
- Created on Thu | 01 Sep 2016
It’s common for businesses to use a variety of systems to carry out day-to-day operations. Of these systems, some of the most crucial are the payroll and human resources systems. From calculating salaries and deductions to storing application statuses and paying employees, these systems are the lifeblood of business. However, as important as these systems are, not all payroll systems are created equally. Here are five questions you should ask yourself when deciding whether or not a payroll system will make your human resources management process more efficient.