Payroll SIG

Thursday 30th June 2016 at 9:30am - 4:00pm

Clockhouse Place, Feltham

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Are you currently working on a project or have worked on a previous project which you would like to share with the other members at the June Payroll User group?  

We will be running a Members Sharing Session at this SIG. 

This session will be an interactive session to update other users on your current projects and challenges, Please email [email protected] if you will be willing to share something. Please remember this could be anything from 5-15 minutes long and you don't need to use slides if you don't want to. If you have never presented to a group before don't worry, the SIG chairs will be happy to help you in your preparation and on the day.

Valerie Metcalfe from Sodexo & Karensa Maton from Prolog Print Media will present Delivering Epayslips Differently.

During this session, Valerie Metcalfe, Head of Payroll at Sodexo, will discuss first-hand experience of taking the decision to provide epayslips. Also epayslip expert, Karensa Maton, will demonstrate how to use existing data and systems to present pay information across multiple channels and devices.

Natasha Robinson from SAP will be at the SIG and there will be a Q&A session but questions must be pre submitted to [email protected]

Questions must be submitted no later than Thursday 23rd June

The full agenda will be available online soon.

Event Resources

Natasha Robinson - SAP (1.77 MB)
Delivering epayslips Differently - Prolog Print Media (755.74 KB)
Graham Thomas, Zurich - Custom Payroll Functions and Operations (430.93 KB)
Legislation Discussion (503.02 KB)

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