Payroll Innovation with guest speaker Trish McFarlane

Rarely, if ever, do we see the words “payroll” and “innovation” used in the same paragraph, let alone next to each other. After all, the last innovative thing in payroll happened in the 1970s, with the advent of direct deposit.

In this conversation with HR advisor and analyst Trish McFarlane, we’ll discuss how that is all changing, and how new payroll innovations are helping today’s leaders meet the needs and expectations of the modern workforce.

Listen to the free podcast here

“Does our technology support those pay practices that we really want to be doing in order to hire people, retain them, and make sure that there is equitable distribution of funds?”





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If you’re not thinking about how you are paying your people (and how that impacts your ability to hire and retain the best workers), you should. This free eBook discusses the changing workforce and three payroll innovations that are helping to meet the needs of today’s employees: payroll personalization, pay modeling, and payroll transparency.

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About Trish McFarlane

Trish McFarlane, author of the HR Ringleader blog, is the CEO and Principal Analyst for H3 HR Advisors. She is also the CEO/ Co-Founder of HRevolution, a conference that highlights emerging trends and the future of HR, with the goal of providing an alternative networking and learning experience for business professionals who were tired of the traditional conference model. A former HR executive and HCM product leader with over 20 years of experience in Big 4 public accounting, PR, healthcare, manufacturing, and IT, Trish brings that knowledge to her clients as an analyst and advisor.

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Dedicated help every step of the way

Throughout the onboarding process you'll have a one-to-one service experience:

  • Sales representative will help you gather the necessary information.
  • Implementation specialist will audit back to the beginning of the year and process your first few payrolls for you.
  • Designated payroll specialist, who will be your one point of contact once you're fully onboarded, is 100 percent accountable to make sure you're taken care of.