Managing payroll is a time-consuming and detail-sensitive process. The consequence of getting details wrong when running payrolls is dissatisfied employees and more administrative work in order to right the wrongs – in other words, something we would like to avoid.
With SameSystem’s automated payroll software, payrolls are run automatically. You save the administrative time you normally spend on handling payrolls, and you also avoid manual typos entirely.
Payrolls are connected to SameSystem’s administration software, where your employees’ contracts and salaries appear. That way, the salary is always correct.
If an employee has worked overtime, the system will automatically include this and remunerate the employee in accordance with the relevant terms and agreements.
And if an employee has been given a new contract with new terms regarding salary, this will be updated directly in the SameSystem payroll service, and the employee will be remunerated accordingly and correctly.
Branch Managers have the option to revise the information, and the payroll office can, in a manageable overview, see which branches have approved the wages.
Human error is a thing of the past, and the number of questions from staff about salary payouts is greatly reduced.
Traditional salary-calculation and reporting are stressful and time-consuming for both store managers and HR departments. But, there are easy ways to implement a hassle-free payroll administration to make your retail operations run as smoothly as possible. With SameSystem, an updated, complete, and approved schedule is already in place. We set up all salary supplements and collective agreements to make sure correct wage data is exported to your salary system – with just a couple of clicks.
In order for all internal processes to run as smoothly as possible, SameSystem makes sure that you have all the necessary workforce management and HR tools at hand.
Would you like to automate the company's administrative processes so that you and your employees can focus more on your core tasks? Then SameSystem is the answer!