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Payroll - A key component of strategic partnering ?

Topic:
Payroll - A key component of strategic partnering ?
Date:
July 10, 2013 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Anna Sefuiva, Payroll & HRIS Manager(IAG New Zealand Limited)
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Description
More often than not payroll is seen as a backoffice function that offers nothing more than paying employees. After all doesn’t the system do all the work? After more than 25 years in the payroll profession I question myself as to why this is still the case in so many organisations.

In many countries payroll has no formal qualification unlike Accounting and Human Resources. This in itself has organisations believing that the payroll function can be done by anyone with little or no training. How do payroll professionals see themselves, do they think they offer more than just paying people? Why do Executives, Senior Leaders and Human Resources or Finance Managers not take this function more seriously? Does it matter that as a payroll professional you don’t understand what is happening out in the wider payroll community after all it doesn’t impact on paying employees within your organisation?

At IAG NZ the payroll team is part of the wider People and Culture Team where their contribution is valued and over the past 8 years, they have built up their profiles within the organisation and gained credibility with the flawless execution of a number of significant projects.

Networking has been a major influence on how we operate and as a team we know we are not perfect but thinking outside of the traditional payroll square on how to lift our profiles and utilise the information available to us has shown our Exec and Senior Managers that our function needs to be seen as key component of strategic partnering.
Who Should Participate
Payroll Professionals at all levels
What You Will Learn
Please join us as members will walk away with the following:
  • How to lift your profile and promote what you do
  • How to use the data you hold for your advantage
  • How to stop people imposing their requirements without consultation onto you your team
Recommended Resources
Article : Why make a career of payroll - Anna Sefuiva
Communities
Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
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IAG New Zealand Limited

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IAG New Zealand Limited
IAG has a portfolio of general insurance businesses with leading and established brands across its home markets of Australia and New Zealand, a growing presence in Asia, and a specialist underwriter in the United Kingdom.
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