Payroll Reform

Neil McCormick, Chris Andrews

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    Abstract

    [Extract] Business is moving to a level of integrated data and analysis not considered possible twenty years or so ago. All of this data is, in some ways, valuable and, in others, nothing more than “clutter” distracting us from what we should be capturing and analyzing. The field of Human Resource Management is no different. We see a plethora of systems and solutions, offering a wide array of Data Gathering and Analysis. We are also in the midst of a significant push toward International and National Standards for Human Resource best practice. Before we head down the “rabbit hole” of data collection, monitoring, and analysis, we need to think through what data is significant and what fits this “clutter” category. We also need to ask that ubiquitous question; “Why do we do the things we do?”
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalHR Examiner
    Publication statusPublished - 25 Jul 2019

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    McCormick, N., & Andrews, C. (2019). Payroll Reform. HR Examiner.
    McCormick, Neil ; Andrews, Chris. / Payroll Reform. In: HR Examiner. 2019.
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