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We help create waves of payroll change

Posted by on Aug 13, 2015 in Blog, Payroll, Payroll administration services | 0 comments

It started with the determination to support payroll administration and the South African Payroll Association’s National 2015 Conference, hosted in August at Emperors Palace, Gauteng, and evolved to be a novel way to demonstrate our leadership in HR and HCM, and commitment to professional industry standards. CRS Technologies was one of the sponsors at the SAPA 2015 Conference, under the theme Waves of Change, Oceans of Possibilities! One of the main features of this awesome event has been Awards, the recognition of those who truly demonstrate professionalism and adherence to standards in payroll, a critical facet of business operation. We have had a close-up inspection of how the payroll industry has evolved! What an incredible journey, filled with ups and downs, and lots of technology! CRS Technologies sponsored the first tea, and we came up with an exciting way to remind delegates about the value of CRS… under the tag line Cuppa CRS – perfectly brewed for real people, we ran a competition and invited delegates to check under their cup to win a prize! This has been one of SAPA’s most successful conference events to date and from the feedback received so far, it is clear that delegates gained a great deal of value from...

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National Payroll Week

Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in Blog, Payroll | 0 comments

National Payroll Week

The South African payroll industry is on the move and it is important to be aware of developments and be a part of the transformation process!  National Payroll Week runs from 28 July to 6 August, and the South African Payroll Association (SAPA) Awards are on 5 August.We all know the importance of payroll administration in today’s market and an organisation like SAPA is critical to the development of the industry. The Association, which we recently found out is 1006-members strong, of which only about 78 hold a professional payroll qualification. SAPA continues to encourage and is putting in a lot of effort to help ‘professionalise’ payroll practitioners. While I see the increased professionalisation of Payroll, there is a long way to go when you consider the size of the sector. We also need to grow SAPA membership so if it is something you have not yet gotten around to, join now and come and have a drink with the CRS Payroll team at the upcoming Awards...

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