As Employment Equity is well and truly underway, some companies might find themselves scrambling for all of the information that they need for their reports. Documents like the EEA2 contain a vast amount of information which should be updated through the year, on your payroll system. Pay Solutions payroll offers you an HR Management platform which links to your Payroll system which allows you to immediately download completed reports for the Department of labour based on what has been captured in the system and based on the movements of your workforce distribution, which covers recruitment, promotions, terminations and skills development and is offered at the fraction of the cost of other Employment Equity modules provided by some service providers. In addition, you can save on the cost of paying for expensive software upgrades, consultation fees and time wasted waiting for reports to be fixed by your external consultant.
Preparing your Job Profiles and having them updated regularly to keep them accurate and current, can save your company from many potentially costly issues during an employee’s lifecycle with your company. Your employee’s job profiles are the basis of countless HR interventions. From the moment the candidate applies for a position within your company, the job profile can make or break the integrity of the recruitment process. It all starts with you, the employer, having a good understanding of the job functions and the role required for the candidate to successfully execute their duties in your business. A job profile reflects the minimum requirements for a position. These include the required qualifications, experience, knowledge, skills and behavioural competencies. A job profile also contains the main responsibilities of the position. This is the heart of the job profile.
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Paper: Simply one of the best and well-loved innovations of all time. The power of the written word on paper has allowed us access to opportunities beyond our wildest dreams. Just add your signature and your authority is official. When in doubt, get it in writing, on paper.
Keep track for absenteeism with pay Solutions cloud-based Leave Management system
Would it surprise you to know that the average cost of employee absence from work result to an equivalent of 35% of your employee’s salaries? The net cost of absenteeism in terms of productivity is 19%, according to a study conducted by MERCER. Statistics South Africa estimates that the cost of absenteeism amounts to roughly 12 billion rand per year. In a market that is taking particular strain under the current economic conditions, high rates of absenteeism can cost your company financially as well as through lowered productivity, be it a small company, medium business or a large corporate organisation. While the cost of absenteeism and the corresponding loss of production can be quantified, the issue around how to manage leave and absenteeism within your company is less measureable. With the inevitable split between HR departments and systems and those of payroll, within many organisations, calculating the cost of leave management is an area which is particularly affected as a result.
Pay Solutions offer the best of both worlds for any company hoping to find a real solution to the HR and Payroll administration backed by the best technological advances to ensure that your payroll and HR is simple, accessible and accurate.
Pay Solution’s payroll and HR system is simple and easy to manage for employees as well as managers. All aspects are your HR and Payroll are pre-set and defined in alignment with requirements from SARS, Department of labour and all other legislation pertaining to your human resources. Pay Solutions expects that each and every client has their own unique identifier and that no two company’s requirements will be identical. Within the constraints of certain legislation, companies have the freedom to set their payroll and Hr up to meet the needs of their business. Made to spec payroll and HR can be set up at initiation as well as at any later stage within your business growth.
Skills Development Season is upon us as we head towards the 30 April 2018 deadline for submission of your Workplace Skills Plan for the 2018 / 19 period and your Annual training report for 2017 / 18.
Any employer who pays more than R500 000 a year in staff salaries (+- R42 000 / month) must register for and pay Skills Levies for approx.. 1% of your staff payroll.