Do you know how many employees you require for certain tasks in your organization? Staff planning is important in all organizations, especially when it comes to controlling staff costs.
If employees are unaware of the amount of staff that is required to complete a certain job, then the company will likely either waste money employing too many people, or lose efficiency but understaffing. It’s a fine line, but is important to get right.
Business Studies 101 tells us staff are the most valuable and expensive resource within any company, but how can your business create an empowering atmosphere within which employees flourish and morale is high?
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
Every month, an SD Worx employee comes to our offices to help us prepare and check our payroll. The calculations have to be done according to the rules of the head office in Stuttgart for more than 600 people with a great diversity of remuneration regimes. We outsourced this service to SD Worx a few years ago when a highly experienced HR employee left our organisation, forcing us to find a solution at short notice. SD Worx was that solution. After a short interruption, we are now working again with the same SD Worx employees. They’ve integrated right away because they know our organisation, allowing our HR staff to focus on other HR tasks. Besides, SD Worx will soon review these HR tasks and submit proposals for their optimisation. In fact, we experience that they have the right expertise in-house for that.