HR & Payroll: Staying ahead of the game

Payroll software has become increasingly complex, but users expect their systems to know and do everything automatically, writes Leslie Faughnan.

4th March, 2012
HR & Payroll: Staying ahead of the game
Mark McDonagh, chairman of the Payroll Software Developers Association.

Across all ICT, there is a heightened awareness of security, both in regard to corporate data and personal information. But it should also be remembered that two internal areas of administration are perhaps the most sensitive of all in many respects. HR systems will contain personal information about staff, including potentially very private areas from personal situations to management appraisals.

Payroll is sensitive in every sense, in terms of information and definitely in performance. Errors,...

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