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Step 1 - How to identify what you are trying to achieve: 7 common reasons people outsource payroll

19 / 11 / 2014

If you are reading this it is statistically likely that you are considering outsourcing and that you are looking for methodology and guidance to increase the probability of a good result for your business, whilst at the same time making it easier for you to put the proposal forward. 

Step 5 - How to assess the BUSINESS CASE for and against outsourcing; 8 things you need to know

19 / 11 / 2014

This is where clear forecasts are needed. You are essentially projecting your current business situation as the first scenario and capturing what this scenario means for your business. You can use some straight forward calculations to extrapolate the actual costs of your current approach. You can then compare this to essentially keeping your current staff and change the way that payroll is conducted (assuming of course that you have a desire to still run payroll internally).  

Step 4- TENDERS; how to obtain the information you require; choose between these 3 strategies

19 / 11 / 2014

Beginning with the end in mind you need to receive all of the core information that will enable you to assess the business case and prepare your recommendation. 

The 9 key stages (of your project plan) to EFFECTIVELY OUTSOURCING PAYROLL

19 / 11 / 2014

The most overlooked step by many service providers is accurately scoping and clearly mapping advantages for your business. Most are too busy just trying to get your signature; they aren't ensuring they are the best fit for your business. 

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