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Can Payroll Outsourcing Really Save Time, Cost, And Effort?

Monday May 23rd, 2022

Managing an organization’s payroll is anything but easy. There are a lot of intricate processes that individually function, yet come together as a whole to create the umbrella term- payroll processing. Now imagine, an up and coming company or a well settled company for that matter, dedicating their priceless time and resources into perfecting such […]

HR Challenges To Look Out For In 2022

Monday April 11th, 2022

We are almost reaching mid-way to 2022 and by now organizations across the world have identified some new challenges that this year has brought with it. If you as an organization too have faced certain challenges let our HR Consulting Service help you identify some problem areas and how to overcome them. The Need for […]

Watch Out For These Common Mistakes While Processing Your Payroll

Monday April 4th, 2022

We know payroll processing is no cakewalk. There are a lot of planning, execution and implementation of statutory guidelines that go into processing an organization’s payroll. And no matter what they say; even budding or mid-sized companies these days are facing the struggle! This brings us to one simple question- how can we make the […]

Greeting Merry Christmas and New year 2021

Thursday December 24th, 2020

Hi everyone! Hope you’re doing well even in this pandemic. Though this year didn’t go as we expected, we fought and lived through it till the last month! This year we thank you for your support and we truly appreciate every moment we have together throughout the year 2020. New year and new things are […]

The benefits of outsourcing payroll in the era of Covid-19

Thursday December 24th, 2020

Is your business struggling with payroll continuity? Here’s how outsourcing could help. Despite the strategic business value it offers, organizations rarely commit the same level of technology investment to creating a more efficient payroll and HR processes as they do in other areas such as customer service. The day-to-day challenges that result from this are […]

Covid-19 Cloud Customer Support and Operation.

Wednesday March 18th, 2020

Dear Valued Customer, At CloudForce HR, we are committed to providing our partners and customers with global, world-class support. Given the ever-changing situation surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to ensure you about working with us to assure continuity of business, some working process will have a little changes that could affect certain support channels in the […]

How to Demonstrate Respect in the Workplace BY SUSAN M. HEATHFIELD

Monday March 2nd, 2020

Respect is a key requirement for a healthy work environment. It promotes teamwork and increases productivity and efficiencies in the workplace. It lets employees know they are valued for their abilities, qualities and achievements, and that their role is important to their company’s success. Being respected and valued promotes a positive work culture where employees are loyal, […]

Factors to Consider When Developing a Human Resource Information System by Bert Markgraf

Thursday December 26th, 2019

Many managers will tell you that the employees of a company are its most important asset. A human resource information system is a software or online solution that helps companies manage this valuable resource consistently and provides information for management decisions. To develop an effective system, you must consider the many factors in addressing tasks […]

Revenue Department of Thailand : Tax allowance for purchasing OTOP Goods, Books and Tires

Sunday December 8th, 2019

News No. : 13/2019 Date : 14 th December 2018 Subject : Evidence required for tax allowance for purchasing OTOP Goods, Books and Tires …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Mr. Pinsai Suraswadi, Acting Principal Advisor on Strategic Tax Administration (Finance and Banking) as spokesman of the Revenue Department, clarified about evidence that shall be used for personal income tax […]

HR policy and performance improvement: are systems to blame?

Wednesday November 6th, 2019

Are people to blame for poor performance or is it more often the system that employs them? Occupational psychologist John Seddon examines the systems in which we work and how they – not the people – are often the culprit for poor performance. It was W Edwards Deming – the man behind the “Japanese miracle” […]