Payroll should be a breeze though. Unfortunate for many payroll companies, it’s anything but. Staying on top of payroll can be a time being consuming and stressfully process, especially when relying on outdated payroll methods to get the job done. With IRS penalties and great employees awaiting payday, it’s best to adopt the latest payroll tools and resources at an organization.
To avoid unnecessary payroll-induced headaches, for employers and employees alike, here are four ways to take outdated, inefficient payroll processes from worst to first:
From worst: Undertaking various job duties and titles is often a necessity skill for business owners. Unfortunately, the more tasks there are to juggle, from marketing to human resources to accounting, the greater likelihood of dropping the ball.
To first: Rather than managing payroll, among a heap of other things, consider freeing up more time and resources by using a payroll service provider. Administrative and back-office activities, such as payroll, are perfect to leave to experts because they’re typically considered non-core activities essential to business, but not to the customer. With efficient payroll software you take the stress out of paydays and can focus more on core business, cutting costs and minimizing risks.