Compliance Best Practices for Payroll Professionals
Organisations have a fundamental obligation to pay their employees correctly. Maintaining compliance is challenging, but the rewards extend to brand reputation, positive culture and the quality of talent you can attract. Having the right tools and processes for internal audits, will enable you to identify problems quickly and mitigate them effectively.
Join Nick Southcombe, CEO of Frontier Software and Rohan Geddes, Partner from PwC Australia as they discuss what you can do to audit your payroll processes and avoid compliance issues. During the webinar, they will discuss:
- How the trilogy of people, process and technology can protect your payroll.
- Avoiding underpayments and overpayments. How to achieve payroll compliance.
- How to mitigate issues if they occur.
- Tips on how to develop an environment and culture of “payroll trust”.
With media and employee groups primed to publicise any payroll breach, this webinar is must-see viewing.
Nick Southcombe: Nick is Chief Executive Officer at Frontier Software; a role he has held since 2007.
Leveraging nearly four decades of experience, Nick has overseen the development of the Frontier Software brand to ensure it occupies a unique and enviable position in the marketplace. Nick is committed to building an exceptional client-focussed enterprise. He drives a corporate culture where business improvement, innovation, quality and employee engagement link inexorably with customer satisfaction.
Rohan Geddes: Rohan leads PwC’s Payroll Consulting Practice, with a vision to raise the Profile and Potential of Payroll. He is proud to have been awarded Payroll Consultant of the Year at the Global Payroll Association’s 2017 Payroll Awards.
With over 30 years of professional service, Rohan has a track record of identifying opportunities in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, helping to assist organisations to re-engineer their processes, or their thinking, to ensure they are getting the most value out of their payroll function and are paying the right amount of their employment obligations (and no more).