By refusing to settle for low-quality data to process payroll, organizations are better able to improve operational efficiencies and gain enterprise visibility.
Data is key to understanding the health of a business. Payroll professionals work hard to ensure that payroll matches the data received, with minimal errors. But with disparate systems in different regions, the data payroll received is often inconsistent in quality and can present an incomplete picture of how the business is performing.
Many global organizations that are committed to improving the quality of their payroll, including the data used to process payroll, are moving to a centralized workforce solution. The following four strategies can be used to jump-start a global workforce management strategy that will improve the quality of payroll data:
Global standardization of payroll process will improve operational efficiencies, provide visibility into the health of the enterprise, support employee engagement initiatives, and mitigate compliance risk.
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