[New Feature] Multi-country Payslip Generation

23 June, 2017
By G-Team in Payroll
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Many multinational companies pay out salaries to their expatriates (working offshore) from their local entity. Usually, the expatriates are paid in foreign currency in the country that they are located in. The employees will then make their own tax declaration accordingly. As such, the payslip has to reflect the respective currency. This type of payroll requirement is common among the MNC(s), especially in the oil & gas industry.
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Gpayroll is joining forces with Quickbooks!

22 June, 2017
By G-Team in Payroll
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Big news here at Gpayroll! We understand your business woes of payroll and accounting duties - these two important business functions absolutely have to go hand in hand. As such, with Gpayroll's partnership with Quickbooks Online (QBO), we are here to help take your payroll and accounting duties up a notch.
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Cloud-Based Services – Are They Truly Secure?

20 June, 2017
By G-Team in Technology
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Ever since the introduction of cloud-based services, it has been commonly hailed as the Holy Grail and future of IT outsourcing.

There is no denying that cloud-based services have brought about numerous benefits - be it in the business workspace or in our everyday life. We see traditional business processes such as payroll being put on the “cloud” or personal photos and files being saved on a limitless “cloud” storage platform. Additionally, many organisations are jumping on the “cloud” bandwagon, literally putting their entire businesses onto cloud-based applications.
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Are Employee Loans A Good Idea?

15 June, 2017
By G-Team in Payroll
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From time to time, employees might face emergencies or financial difficulties outside of work. They might then turn to their employer for financial help. After all, their employers pay them their salary, so it should make sense for them to seek help from them – right?
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