Setbacks are a part of running a business. When they happen, CR Payroll will be ready to step in. With a two hour SLA, we will ensure your payroll process continues as normal, even when the unexpected occurs.Let’s Talk
Once we’ve agreed terms and signed a contract, a four step process begins to get your company set up and ready to call for service within
the agreed two hour Service Level Agreement (SLA). This process typically takes three to five days to complete.
We work with your IT team to arrange remote access and the necessary credentials.
We test system and application access to ensure remote access is successful.
We document your current payroll process, payroll schedule and timelines.
The payroll cycle documentation is agreed and signed off.
Imagine the cost to your company if you couldn’t run your payroll? There’s the monetary cost, but what about reputation? Or your relationship with your employees? Not to mention the possible cost of the fines your company could face.
At CR Payroll, we specialise in services to mitigate this risk. Think of it as payroll insurance. You’ll never need it, until something goes wrong.
Just like any employees, payroll people can fall ill suddenly, or need to take leave without notice. This has the potential to throw one of your organisation’s critical functions, payroll, into disarray.
Smart businesses plan for the unforeseen. Retaining the services of CR Payroll means that when the unexpected happens, your payroll process won’t be at risk. Within two hours of your call, we will be working to continue processing your payroll.
Payroll employees understandably feel they deserve the same entitlements as their colleagues, such as choosing when to take holidays and being able to switch off when not at work.
The change in employees’ work/life balance expectations is the number one reason our clients cite for retaining CR Payroll and our services.
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