Our research has found the majority of HR and payroll employees estimate that 85% of their time is spent on processes and only 15% on people. It’s a safe bet that no one entered an HR career because they love processes, spreadsheets, and IT. So with the right technology, tools, and strategy in place, you can get back to doing what you do best, for you, your teams and the entire organization.
Adapting to changes, fast
As an HR and payroll leader, you're in a specialty where the sands are often shifting. People change the way they work (hours, location, digitization), they change the work that they do (role, function, level), and they change with other people (promotion, transfer, leaving the company).
As an HR professional, you're their backup every step of the way—from entry to exit. So, it's important to have processes in place to help predict these changes or, at the very least, to manage each as they occur.
With all this to manage, you don't want to spend time worrying about pay stubs.
Helping employees find the information they need
Let's face it—we all know that sometimes the postal service struggles to get things right. And at one time or another, we have all lost something in the mail. But losing a pay stub can cause issues for employees and for you.
You never know when employees might need to check their financial status. They could be applying for a mortgage, or bank loan or about to buy a car. By providing paperless pay stubs, you are empowering your employees by putting their information in their hands, whenever and however they need it.
What is an online pay stub?
An online pay stub is an electronic version of a standard pay stub. Employees can access online pay stubs from any connected device to see the details of their earnings. Since most employees prefer to access their payslips online—for convenience and environmental reasons—paperless pay stubs satisfy your workforce while saving your company money.