Employees don’t just work to get paid. They work to get paid correctly and on time.
People make what they earn, and that’s that. Easy enough, right? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Payroll reflects what an employee does; time, expenses, deductions and bonuses all play a part in the calculation of their wages — each variable representing another opportunity for error.
Despite payroll’s history of 600-plus years, companies everywhere still have trouble getting the traditional process right.
To learn more, download the Reality Check: Payroll Errors, Their Consequences and How to Prevent Them white paper.