To grow a business and be successful, it is crucial that the HR and payroll administration disciplines are linked.
The ability to effectively manage labour and all the relevant data that goes into documenting employee activity is down to what solution a business has in place.
The payroll discipline is a critical facet of any business operation. It can make or break a business and, as such, technology is designed to help users gain full control over resources and instil efficiency.
CRS Technologies, a leading provider of HR & Payroll services and solutions, is one of a growing number of businesses that support the Payroll Giving South Africa initiative.
Human error in payroll is a significant challenge and can cost companies millions. Fortunately, in addition to systems that help administrators and managers to prevent errors, there are processes that can be put in place to reduce the risk, say payroll experts at Accsys.
CRS Technologies has rolled out a series of basic training modules in HR and payroll for learners at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in Port Elizabeth.
Payroll in South African businesses has grown and is stealing a great deal more of the corporate limelight than has been the case in the past.
South African businesses do not have to invest in international products to get to the latest and top quality technology for HR and payroll says Sandra Swanepoel, Sales Director at Sage VIP.
Experts within the HR and payroll administration say that from a business operational point of view, it makes a great deal of business sense to drive critical applications through a single service provider.
In light of the introduction of the first-of-its-kind formal HR standards in South Africa, devised by industry and the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP), CRS Technologies, a leading local provider of HR & payroll services and solutions, has launched its iSight online e
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