As trust in political and public institutions and the media decreases, people are increasingly expecting their employers to step into the void (Sources: CRF Research, 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer). The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way much is done in the world – and probably for the long term. But it has also provided a platform for HR to demonstrate its value in serving the business and supporting its workforce.
Do you know what your organisation’s CEO needs from the HR department to both meet employee needs and deliver strategic results? Is your organisation embracing the change?
Download our infographic & look for in-depths insights into HR’s changing role in the organisation of the future.
A solid base for balance and swirling movements to successfully ride the winds of change: the future of HR in a nutshell. Continuous innovation and an agile mindset will be key. But do companies already embrace this new element of HR fluidity in their operations? We had to find out.
Through an online survey in June 2020, SD Worx reached a total of 3,000 companies from 11 European countries. Get a snapshot of HR during COVID-19 and ways to overcome the crisis.
How is payroll –a cornerstone of HR –valued in times of crisis? Do companies adjust their strategies? And are outsourcing and flexible reward systems seen as part of the solution? We’ve tackled these and other questions in a telling ebook.How is payroll –a cornerstone of HR –valued in times of crisis? Do companies adjust their strategies? And are outsourcing and flexible reward systems seen as part of the solution? We’ve tackled these and other questions in a telling ebook.
In this whitepaper, we revisit the importance of HR strategy and explore which technology to look at to create the perfect HR strategy for your organisation. This includes some HR and payroll technology trends and how these are relevant to your specific business needs.
How much does an employee cost in France? Which steps do you follow to hire them? What happens if my employee from Germany gets ill? Establishing an international workforce is a big step and daunting to wrap your head around. After all, as tempting as it may be to take a shot at it, international employment is not your core competency. So, to help you kick-start your ambition, we have selected some general key focus points about taxation, payroll and social security!
With technology advancing exponentially, this report diligently outlines which technologies are changing the face of HR and how HR practitioners can harness it to it fullest in their everyday work life.
Economic globalisation has created a wealth of new business opportunities that comes with a more global labour market and with it, more competition for talented people.
Now is the time to rethink on how businesses can ‘raise their game’ in order to respond to the changing business and labour market context. Read how in this report.
While HR and payroll own and maintain some of the richest and most valuable data sets an organization has at its disposal, this powerful data has long been overlooked or largely underutilised. This whitepaper takes a look into these barriers and explains how to get started while limiting complications.
What are the payroll challenges of international operating companies in today's world? Find the answers in this whitepaper, based on the 2019 Global Payroll Annual Survey by GPA and SD Worx. It provides payroll and HR professionals valuable insights to identify areas where their operations can be optimized.
Fragmented payroll systems are a huge risk for your business and the complexity of international payroll is slowing you down.
It is a challenge to operate in multiple countries and cope with very different payroll rules and systems. The time and manpower needed to deal with this complexity, not only slows growth but impedes compliance, innovation, security and the ability to produce powerful employee insights.
By unlocking the power of payroll, you switch on the people power of your business.
Ask anyone working in Payroll and they will tell you that they have to manage an increasingly complex set of processes affected by changing legislation, regulation, working rules, contracts of employment, company policies and custom & practice. Your payroll relies on people who understand and can correctly apply appropriate legislation, have deep knowledge of how to interpret their employers’ policies and practices, and know how to process end-to-end payroll.
Payroll is a vital part of any organisation and can inform HR leaders on various aspects of an employee's track record, from employee engagement, retention, to absenteeism and performance. Although payroll has power within an organisation, does the wider business leadership realise its potential?
The SD Worx team commissioned an independent survey of 1,500 HR and payroll professionals in nine European countries: the UK, France, Ireland, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Luxembourg and Switzerland.
The results reveal that in the age of analytics, many organisations are now embracing the power of payroll, historically seen as an administration function.
To take control of global payroll, payroll teams must understand both local and global platforms. Local HR and payroll departments—or an outsourced provider—should be in place to manage local services, and should be experts in the local market and legislations. Alongside local services, global platforms should have different service levels available for each region or country.
Payroll mistakes are stressful, awkward and time-consuming for everyone involved, and can have disastrous consequences for employee satisfaction. But just how big is the payroll problem?
We commissioned an independent survey of employees in six European countries: the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland. 4,000 employees were asked whether they had ever been paid late, and those that said ‘Yes’ were asked for further details and whether their experience had changed perceptions of their employer.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May 2018, and affected all organisations that handle the data of individuals in the EU, regardless of geographical location. To determine GDPR readiness, SD Worx commissioned an independent survey of 1800 HR and payroll professionals across nine European countries – and the results were certainly interesting.