Payroll is an essential function in every business, affecting cash flow, productivity and profitability. Even more, payroll plays a vital role in your organisation’s culture. Without accurate, compliant, timely payroll, businesses could experience reputation harm, low employee engagement and high employee turnover.
However, payroll processing doesn’t have to be time consuming and complex – with an experienced local payroll partner. Trust SD Worx to handle your organisation’s payroll processing, employee benefits processes and accounting tasks such as tax withholding.
In search of the perfect way to modernise your organisation’s payroll? SD Worx offers powerful cloud-based payroll technology and services that deliver better compliance and significantly lower costs.
We achieve this by simplifying and automating complex payroll requirements, resulting in higher payroll accuracy, valuable payroll-related insights and even more efficient payroll processes. But it’s not just our technology that makes us stand out; our people are industry experts who are passionate about bringing real value to our customers.
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Whether a large multinational or a small business with fewer than 50 employees, investing in an HR and payroll offering can have a markedly positive impact on the business. In fact, small companies face many of the same challenges as larger organisations. From ensuring compliance to maintaining an efficient payroll procedure, there are a multitude of ways that small businesses can transform their HR and payroll operations. Here are four ways your business can benefit.
Optimising your payroll process is no luxury in times of economic turmoil. The first step: mapping out the total cost of ownership (TCO) of your payroll. This allows you to make good use of your resources, lend focused support to your team, streamline your operations and generate transparency in complex times. So, what exactly is the TCO of your payroll? Is there room for improvement? And if so, what can you do? Let us help you answer these questions.