Payroll conferences are the places to hear the very latest thought leadership and view cutting edge software developments in the field of payroll, benefits and outsourcing. Get up to speed with the emerging trends, understand industry drivers and enhance your skills and knowledge with exposure to the leading technology suppliers and payroll analysts and, of course meet with your peers, colleagues and other payroll practitioners. Payroll conferences allow space to immerse yourself and broaden your network connections with face to face dialogue and interaction.
Payroll practitioner and software conferences offer forums for practitioners, managers and executives to compare their own experience and processes to other successful payroll strategies. By stepping back from the day-to-day practical reality and allowing time to contrast and reflect, attendees can return to their role with a rejuvenated approach to payroll process and software.
The annual HR Technology Conference has tons of Payroll and HR industry announcements; and this year’s 2012 event is no different. What we’ve seen so far though isn’t that different than what SHRM12 brought us—an increased amount of attention being given to benefits administration, global payroll functionalities, and compliance. Here’s the top news so far.
SuccessFactors’ user conference SuccessConnect was the first chance for the company to show users and the broader Payroll and HR community that the company is alive, well, and fully backed by SAP. Highlights included new user interfacing and HCM functions, but the show-stealer revolved around the company’s new global cloud payroll solution—Employee Central.
SHRM’s 2012 Annual Conference & Expo gathered 15K people from the Payroll and HR industry together and provided some exciting presentations that ranged from Compliance up to cutting-edge Talent Management systems. Surprisingly though, a not-so-subtle undercurrent of employee benefits and wellness administration stole the show. Here’s our recap.