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London, 16th May 2019 – More than half of organisations do not have the ability to report across all of their payroll operations globally. Research conducted by the Global Payroll Association, in association with SD Worx, the leading provider in Payroll and HR services, shows that even with increasing compliance considerations such as Gender Pay Gap reporting, many multi-country businesses still do not have sufficient visibility over the payroll function. The study investigated the challenges that senior payroll professionals from global businesses are facing and how they are using technology to find solutions.
Brussels, 3 April 2019 – 2018 was a year of growth for SD Worx Holding posting a strong turnover of EUR 594.4 million, a raise of 33% compared with 2017 when the turnover was EUR 446.3 million. EBITDA climbed from EUR 51.9 million in 2017 to EUR 65.7 million in 2018.
Brussels, 28th March 2019 - Over half (57%) of European employees are completing basic HR admin tasks on their own device rather than a work device. These are the results of a survey from leading provider of global payroll and HR services, SD Worx, which looks into the extent of the digitisation of the workplace. This comes off the back of research from earlier in the year which found that the average number of basic HR admin tasks that can be done online is 42%.
Brussels, 25 March 2019: Decision makers outside of payroll are not confident in the payroll department’s ability to adapt to the changing needs and demands of the workforce. More worryingly, a significant number of payroll teams aren’t even meeting basic requirements such as making payments on time. Thirty-three percent of senior decision makers in HR and Finance don’t think that payroll is in a position to keep up with the changes driven by digital transformation and socioeconomic change.
Brussels, 27 February 2019: Despite living in a mobile-first world, employees across Europe say they can’t do enough basic HR admin tasks on mobile devices and many still do them offline. On average, only 10% of HR admin tasks are possible on mobile devices only and 58% is still completed offline. These are the results of a new survey from leading provider of global payroll and HR services, SD Worx, which looks into the extent of the digitisation of the workplace.