A robust and useful HR/Payroll system (also called HRIS or HCM) can quickly elevate the effectiveness and success of both HR and Payroll. However, even the highest-rated system can create headaches or bottlenecks if poorly implemented or not fully adopted throughout the organization. Implementing a new system is a major undertaking. You can achieve a…
HR and payroll professionals often become frustrated by the limited support they receive from payroll and HR system vendors. In fact, vendor support challenges are the primary reason that most companies seek out new systems. But an expensive and time consuming decision like changing your entire HR system is not always the solution.
When an organization has the opportunity to greatly expand operations through rapid hiring or a strategic acquisition, senior management is likely more focused on “other things” than HR and Payroll. Yet, successfully on boarding and correctly paying those new employees is a critical factor in overall success.
Companies can put themselves in a dangerous situation if they don’t have enough resources to support their Payroll function. Even in large or mid-sized organizations, the Payroll department is often fairly small—with some companies having only one or two people to handle everything. With these limited resources, Payroll is susceptible to a number of problems…
When implementing a new HR/Payroll system, converting data from your current system is a major task and the choices you make about what data you move is not as obvious as you may believe. The choices can free your system to fulfill your future vision, or bog it down forever.
There is a lot to think about before you implement a new HR/Payroll system. All of your requirements from top to bottom need to be completely defined before you can have a successful implementation. So you must first ensure that you have your key project team members engaged in the project and they thoroughly understand…
Wise works as a skilled, experienced extension of your team to help you make the best decisions for your organization’s unique needs throughout the life-cycle of your critical implementation project.
“We have a very skilled team and yet every time we are interacting with Wise, you
guys are teaching me something. Augmenting staff with best practices from someone
who has been there before really helps the pace of an integration project. We think
of Wise as members of our own team and grant them that same level of autonomy.”
Carl Schleyer, Vice President
Total Rewards And Human Resources For PSAV