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Ric will be responsible for managing and growing the marketing function and driving revenues inline with the business’ strategy.Read Article
Carrie brings with her a wealth of account management, sales and business development experienceRead Article
This webinar that is designed to help all parties involved when a Payroll apprentice approaches End-Point Assessment.Read Article
Ian Holloway, highly respected payroll practitioner, writer, advisor and trainer will be joining i-Realise as Payroll Consultant to increase support for in-house payroll teams.Read Article
How can payroll manage the implications of flexible furlough, their businesses response to changing market conditions & ways of working challenges caused by Covid-19, to work smarter not harder?
So how have Payroll teams coped with these challenges?Read Article
Whatever your industry, department heads & HR leaders must build a ‘New Normal’, flexible enough to continually adapt, help businesses survive & keep their people safe.
But what should that new normal look like? And how do you go about designing and implementing it?Read Article
The success of any pay change isn’t just about the calculation. It’s about the data, processes & communication up & downstream of making the payment.Read Article
What exactly does a ‘Change’ Manager do? George Tomlin, Principal Consultant from i-Realise gives us a personal insight into what he does day to day.Read Article
So when it comes to persuading the business and the FD that investment is required in payroll, what is the best approach?Read Article
Introducing the second topic in our five fundamentals for de-risking change series: vision vs. detail.
i-Realise Chairman Chris Collins shares his insightsRead Article
Implementing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and the organisational change management required to make it stick isn’t always straightforward.
We posed the top questions from HRDs to experts from R-Path Automation and i-Realise.Read Article
i-Realise Chairman Chris Collins examines the five fundamentals for de-risking change.
In this first installment, he discusses the importance of analysis vs. change management.Read Article
The expectations placed upon HR continue to grow – digitise, improve employee journey & engagement, attract more & better talent – but your budget doesn’t.
Robotic Process Automation (aka RPA or “bots”) may be the solution you’re searching for.Read Article
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) promises to free up humans from mind-numbing repetitive tasks like copying data from one place to another and allow people to spend their time on more satisfying responsibilities.
HR should play a key role in de-risking implementation and maximising the benefits of RPA for employees as well as the business.Read Article
Businesses are being told they need to be more “digital” & the HR function is being put under increased pressure to “digitally transform”
But knowing where to start can be a daunting prospect.Read Article
They say people don’t like change. Yet standing still is deadly; these days businesses need to constantly evolve and people change roles because they want change that allows them to develop and grow.Read Article
Following our webinar for HR Professionals and Executive Leaders, The Pain and Payoff of Change, in association with HR & Executive Grapevine, we share the results of our polls.
And discover the fundamentals of taking a business readiness approach.Read Article
Businesses need to embrace digital change; those who are too slow won’t survive. But putting a new system into place isn’t a magic bullet. New technology is only part of the solution for any digital transformation project. The impact on people & processes surrounding it can be far bigger – & essential embedding the change.Read Article
Simon Puryer shares what he’s learnt in the past decade from his experience of working on change, transformation and implementation projects in Payroll. Fundamental to the success of all of these is a business readiness approach.Read Article
Drilling down into the detail of payroll processes to fully understand them & to correct errors can save companies thousands of pounds in fines & legal costs, & avoid damage to their brand.
Simon Puryer, MD of i-Realise, outlines both the damage and solution.Read Article