For international payrolls we are member of the activpayroll network. With partners in 70 countries we can provide global payroll services in over 130 countries.
Here are the top five reasons, according to Alison Sellar - CEO of activpayroll, why you should consider outsourcing your payroll:
Regardless of the number of employees your company has, payroll consumes a lot of time in order for it to be done accurately. Outsourcing payroll will automatically free up time which can be devoted to more important business activities that contribute towards the success of your business.
When payroll is performed internally, there is always the worry that due to things such as illness and holidays, someone might not be there to perform their role, resulting in staff not being paid. Outsourcing takes this concern away. There will always be someone on hand to ensure payroll is completed accurately and on time.
When carrying out payroll in-house, it’s hard to find the time to keep up with ever-changing legislation and tax obligations. It’s part of a payroll provider’s job to keep up to date with this legislation and make changes when necessary. This will ensure filing deadlines are met and deposits are made on time and accurately.
It’s even harder for companies with offices in more than one country to manage payroll in-house as legislation and legal obligations change from country to country. However, external payroll providers are trained to know about country-specific legislation.
Hiring new staff to carry out in-house payroll or spending money on training existing staff can be very costly. It’s not only the cost of hiring or training staff you have to take into account. If they aren’t up to speed on all the ins and outs of government legislation and laws, mistakes can result in costly fines and penalties.
Leaving it to a payroll service will give you peace of mind and ensure that you aren’t making any expensive mistakes.
Chances are that you don’t have the time and energy to constantly be supervising your business’ payroll for any unusual activity. The number of computer hackers is forever rising and this means that cyber-security is vital for payroll departments.
Having the right systems in place will lower your chances of being targeted and avoid any damage to your company’s reputation. Companies specializing in payroll have specialist technology that can detect and alert customers to any payroll fraud that may be taking place.
For companies operating in more than one country, utilizing one payroll provider to run the payroll across all regions ensures uniformity. It cuts out multiple providers and processes, making things as simple and stress free as possible.