Payroll Contingency Planning: the key to surviving a payroll disaster

Posted by: on 23 January 2015 in Payroll

Severe weather, an absent payroll employee or an IT hiccup are all common enough occurrences. All can have a profound impact on your business without warning. Would your company survive? As the financial well-being of your business is reliant on it ‘opening its doors’ it is crucial to have a contingency plan in place. Thankfully,...

Long Service Leave - Wading Through the Complexities

Posted by: ADP on 20 January 2015 in Human Capital Management, Payroll

January 20 – by Sue Warren  Long service leave (LSL) is a period of paid leave given to employees, both casual and permanent in recognition of a long period of service with one employer. It is unique to Australia as it was created to give immigrant workers the opportunity to return home to Europe by...

Common HR and Payroll Outsourcing Mistakes #1: We've always done it this way

Posted by: on 11 November 2014 in Human Capital Management, Innovation and Technology, Payroll

November 11 – by ADP  Most organisations highly value their HR function, and rightly so. Their knowledge of employees and internal procedures are second-to-none. The EY Global Payroll Survey (2013) finds that 28% of companies still rely solely on a complete in-house payroll delivery model. When asked what they considered to be the main driver...

A Superannuation Audit & Penalties - 10 tips to Minimise the Risk

Posted by: on 13 October 2014 in Compliance

October 13 – by Sue Warren  Avoid superannuation penalties, administration fees, and paperwork by following ADPs 10 super tips: Employer’s superannuation contribution increased from 9.25% to 9.5% in July 2014. Have you calculated a minimum 9.5% super for all employees? If not, you must; a.   update your employee’s super details now b.   calculate an additional...

Expanding into Asia Pacific

Posted by: on 8 September 2014 in Multinational and Globalisation

Despite the global downturn, economies across Asia Pacific are going from strength to strength. According to the World Bank developing countries in the East Asia Pacific region will see stable economic growth this year, at 7.1 per cent. That’s largely unchanged from 2013. While growth is down from the average rate of 8.0 per cent...