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Payroll is fundamental to employee engagement and retention. Managed seamlessly, payroll enhances an organisations' reputation and its financial stability and it can play a significant role in the overarching company strategy. 


As people become desperate to make ends meet more workers are turning to employee fraud as a means of supplementing their income. A recent survey revealed that fraud committed by employees in the UK alone went up by over 40% last year.


uFiling is a FREE online service that allows you to securely submit your UIF requests and pay your monthly UIF contributions. It allows employees and employers alike to complete and submit monthly UIF declarations and to securely pay UIF contributions without any hassles.


People in various organisational functions and departments have had to work better together over the past few years. This has put renewed focus on how effectively human resources and payroll integrate. Ian McAlister, General Manager at CRS Technologies, examines how human resources should work closely with payroll if companies are to remain effective.


Payroll, for many people, remains a mystery. The processes and calculations that sit behind the monthly amount that lands in the bank account are vague and complicated.


Henry Boyle said: “The most important trip you may take in life is meeting people halfway.”


The occurrence of ghost employees on a company’s payroll system ranks as the most difficult type of payroll fraud to detect, particularly in larger companies where no proper controls exist. 


Job seekers who are thinking about pursuing a career in the Human Resources sector can now review the latest salary offerings for 2011 through the Career Junction Index which provides salary trends based on the 25,000 job advertisements placed every month.

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