Monthly Archives: June 2018

Employee running their own payroll on demand: Is it a myth or a distant reality?

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Payroll – what is the first thing that comes to one’s mind when you hear this word. You might tell me it depends on an individual’s role – however, if you are an employee waiting for your hard-earned pay at the end of a pay-cycle, you are going to tell me “Ka-Ching” – the sweet […]

GDPR and Background Screening: 6 things you need to know!

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Co-authored by Srishti Sawant on 11 June 2018 Being shown a red-card by an audit-firm deeming an organization as “NON-COMPLIANT” to a specific law or regulation causes a ripple effect across the length and breadth of the organization. Background screening is a process whose governing regulations can vary from one country to another and non-compliance […]

Can global payroll technology play a role in enhancing employee experience?

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Co-authored by Srishti Sawant on 11 June 2018. “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.”  — Walt Disney Until the recent past, payroll has seen incremental innovations at best – while processes in HR, Finance & Accounting had undergone considerable […]

Transforming Employee Development through eLearning

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By Prashant Nair, 06 June 2018 In every organization, the key factor for overall success is “employee development and learning”. Technology enhanced learning or eLearning is a great way for organizations to access a wide variety of instructional content. If used properly, it can boost employee engagement levels and facilitate “any time”, “any place, and […]

Top 4 HR problems faced in the long tail countries and how to solve them

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Multinationals across the globe are now starting to acknowledge their long tail problem. What exactly is an organization’s long-tail? Global companies have an uneven employee distribution across countries. You may have 5000+ employees in the United States and 3000+ employees in China and India. But what about those 70 employees in Israel or 10 to […]