How are automated payroll systems less prone to bottlenecks?

Asked a year ago

My company's HR manager does all of the payroll processing for my small business. We started a year ago and the payroll process has been going accordingly. I see a lot of larger companies have payroll systems in place, but I don’t see how they simplify the many complex factors of payroll processing. Do online payroll systems not consist of various layers of coordination and verification? Can someone explain it please.

Gunnar Foreman

Monday, September 12, 2022

Generally, automated payroll systems are equipped with all the tools you need in a centralized location to process payroll efficiently. Timesheets and expense reimbursements can be viewed and verified in real time within the payroll system, creating fewer bottlenecks waiting for reviews, verification, or approvals.

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