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An international employee survey conducted by HR and payroll services provider SD Worx amid the COVID-19 crisis shows that most employees would prefer to have more digital options when handling HR-related issues. Employers seem to have understood the urgent need for change, with 64.8% of them having short-term plans to improve their HR service delivery to employees. The ultimate goal: boosting their rather low employee engagement scores.
The European HR & payroll services provider SD Worx and MobileXpense announce the expansion of their partnership across Europe to further help businesses in their day-to-day payroll and expense management. As part of their collaboration, both companies will co-develop new digital expense management solutions. MobileXpense and SD Worx partner on a global scale, and will initially focus on Germany and the UK as key markets.
A new survey by HR & Payroll services provider SD Worx conducted in 11 countries across Europe reveals the limited digital maturity of many HR departments. While some countries, like the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Ireland and the UK, are performing slightly better, less than half of the 3,000 polled companies are satisfied with the automation level of their HR and payroll processes and digital HR tools. Mainly SMEs (<250 employees) can still take big leaps.
The Gartner Market Guide for Multicountry Payroll Solutions has once again named SD Worx a 'Representative Vendor’. The payroll and HR service provider, which operates in more than 130 countries, is honoured to receive this accolade. SD Worx is one of 21 companies worldwide to receive this honour.
The first peak of the coronavirus pandemic reshuffled the priorities of both large and small companies. The result: smooth, efficient payroll calculation and payment is now by far the top concern for HR departments in 8 out of 11 countries all over Europe, according to a survey run by SD Worx, a leading European payroll and HR services provider. Within that context, the vast majority prefer to keep their payroll in-house, and paying only fixed salaries remains the go-to option, despite an increasing demand for more flexibility.