How to resolve wage underpayments internally without spending big on consulting fees
The payroll function is in desperate need of a leg up when it comes to putting the power back into the hands of the HR, payroll and finance teams. Empowering these functions is what we’re interested in at Workforce Analytics, we don’t believe in sprouting more fear. Instead, we’re interested in providing valuable support that will help payroll, finance and compliance teams to take control of wages.
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There is a hidden anxiety that many CEOs, CFOs, HR Managers and Payroll Compliance personnel share, and that’s the dreaded fear of an underpayment of wages. Payroll Managers have the critical responsibility to ensure they are compliant with Australia’s legislative requirements and Modern Award, which is known for being complex and ever-changing.
Questions Directors Should Be Asking for Payroll Compliance
Cases of underpayment of wages, or wage theft, are regularly featured in the news. Many big name brands have fallen under the hammer for payroll non-compliance. So, how do we tell if the business is not achieving payroll compliance?
Why is wage underpayment or overpayment continually occurring in Australia?
We’re continually bombarded every day with screaming headlines from some of our favourite brands having underpaid their staff well into the millions of dollars. The accusatory nature of the media shines a light on these high-profile and well reputed businesses, and immediately puts them to shame.
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