The Collaboration of HR & Payroll using integrated technology – a Cascade HR White Paper

The Collaboration of HR & Payroll using integrated technology – a Cascade HR White Paper
The collaboration of HR and payroll data and knowledge can reap numerous benefits for an organisation. It is therefore no surprise that many companies seek to integrate the two departments so that added value can be achieved from a closer working relationship.
Yet this team integration is not always possible, nor is it right for every organisation. But that doesn’t mean companies do not want to align processes and procedures and actualise the advantages as a result.
Drawing upon years of experience working with clients within virtually every vertical sector, Cascade has collated the insights, successes and difficulties it has witnessed when attempting to bring greater unity to the HR and payroll function.
Designed to be a useful resource,  this White Paper therefore looks at the integration process, the decisions surrounding the suitability of integration, the arguments for and against integration, and the collaborative solutions that can be achieved if integration just is not possible.
To download this White paper, please follow this link

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I am a consultant specializing in the selection of HR & payroll software for a range of clients in many sectors in various countries, primarily UK, Europe and the USA. I came into HR for a background in Finance, and this analytical training has stood me in good stead. A few years after, I was asked to computerize the payroll, which was manual at the time, which, having successfully been accomplished, the next step was to find an HR system for the personnel records. The rest is history, as ever since then people have asked me to do things because I “knew about that stuff” and the whole arena of HR & payroll systems was an area of considerable trepidation for HR & payroll professionals, and Information Technology had very much occupied that space by default at the time. My philosophy has always been to act as an enabler with clients, lighting the way for them to arrive at the most suitable conclusions; that way, the client has ownership, and the knowledge stays with them rather than passing through the door after the project. After co-founding the niche HRmeansbusiness consultancy in 2000, I went on to build and launch the HRcomparison website (for comparison of HR, Payroll and Time & Attendance software), that was the first of its kind in the UK and currently features over 60 vendors. Currently I am working on a series of webinars and seminars for 2015 on HRIS topics and a book is already under way. Sharing Our Expertise and Making Worldwide Connections

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