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Infographic: Outsourcing Global Payroll: Getting Ahead on Employee Experience, Data Security, and Compliance

Getting global payroll right is mission-critical, and a significant share of the responsibility for it falls on CIOs, naturally. Absent order for the enterprise software ecosystem touching global payroll, so much can go wrong. This profoundly affects an organization’s people. The infographic here delves into the specifics around outsourcing global payroll—the seven warning signs that you should do, the three major upsides for your organization, and more. Read the full Research Note here: Research Note: Outsourcing Global Payroll: The Impact on Data Security & Compliance. Read the full Research Note here: Research Note: Outsourcing Global Payroll: The Impact on Data Security & Compliance.

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Research Note: Outsourcing Global Payroll: The Impact on Data Security & Compliance

Payroll is a mission-critical activity. Personal fulfillment and career advancement are important, but for most people the main reason they go to work is for a paycheck. Get it wrong, and the ramifications can be swift and bruising. Nearly half (49 percent) of the workforce is willing to tolerate just two problems with their paycheck before beginning a new job search, according to The Workforce Institute at UKG. This is probably because 69 percent of individuals would experience financial difficulty if their paychecks were delayed for a week, according to results from a 2020 survey conducted by the American Payroll Association. It’s a phenomenon other data corroborate. Nearly four-fifths (78 percent) of the workforce lives paycheck-to-paycheck to make ends meet, according to CareerBuilder, whose findings […]

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Case Study: SilkRoad Technology Engages with Cleveland Clinic to Implement and Support Custom Deployment of RedCarpet Onboarding

Thanks in part to software-as-a-service enterprise software, the onboarding of new employees and contractors is easier than ever to manage. These solutions can be straightforward for users and proficient at handling what they’re built to solve. And it’s critical that they excel in these ways, as software companies need a solid foundation upon which to show that customers are receiving value. The cost-related and logistical barriers users face as they weigh their options are less burdensome than they were for organizations on the ever-present on-premises installations of the past, after all. Previously focusing efforts on closing new deals, safe in the knowledge that clients would not be up for another disruptive overhaul to their installation any time soon, vendors of software for human capital management […]

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Bring Your Own Device to Work | Bill Oliver – Global Executive Advisory Council Member

In May, Bill Oliver of Oliver Advisory Group joined the 3Sixty Insights End-User Global Executive Advisory Council (GEAC) Symposium to share how organizations should be approaching their corporate policy and strategy around employee usage of personally owned devices for work-related activities. In this video Bill covers: What exactly the term Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) means Why it makes sense and what devices are considered personally owned The risk of having these devices in play What a BYOD should policy cover Training and education organizations should be deploying

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Bring Your Own Device: Q&A With Global Executive Advisory Council Member Bill Oliver

The pandemic has changed the working landscape, relocating employees from confined office spaces to their homes.  Leaders may think that as long as employees have access to the internet, they can work from home (WFH). And that may be so, technically. Beyond the technicalities, however—and beyond the very real concerns behind preserving the employee experience—WFH is a logistical nightmare that exacerbates concerns over security and compliance. At the conventional office, organizations spend a significant amount of time and budget to ensure that their infrastructure is secure and as regulatory compliant as possible; the office is, effectively, a highly controlled environment. The moment you send any employee to WFH, you introduce many variables that could have hidden consequences. Questions arise: How secure is the home network? […]

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