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White Papers by HR Payroll Systems

  • HR Software Buyer's Guide

    When you are responsible for choosing a human resource information system (HRIS), it can be difficult to determine which system is right for your company. This guide will provide you with 10 steps to help you select the correct system. You will learn how to determine your needs, look at various...
  • How to Choose the Best Payroll Software for Larger Companies

    For larger companies, using payroll software is an absolute necessity for avoiding mistakes and keeping all aspects of payroll streamlined and consistent. However, all businesses are different and the payroll software that fits one company’s needs may not be right for another. It is important...
  • Challenges to HRIS Implementation

    Acquiring and implementing a new HRIS software solution can be exciting as companies and their employees consider all of the ways that the new solution will benefit their daily lives and save time. However, many companies make the mistake of getting wrapped up in the potential benefits and...
  • Best Practices When Implementing a New HRIS

    Once your company has decided upon a new HRIS, it is time to implement the system. Unfortunately, significant effort is not put into the HRIS implementation process in many companies and the transition to the new system becomes choppy and burdensome — often decreasing the benefits that the...
  • The HRIS System Question On-Premise or Cloud

    When you are faced with the question of choosing a Human Resource Information System (HRIS) for your organization, one major factor to consider is whether it should reside on premise or in the cloud (also known as Software as a Service or SaaS).
  • Tips for Estimating ROI When Selecting HR Systems

    When your company sets out to select a new HRIS, there is an expectation that the investment will yield cost savings and other benefits. These gains can all be considered as part of the return on investment for the system, but chances are good that the ideas regarding ROI start out very vague....