A leading university in the South East of England, the University of Surrey employs approximately 4,500 people.
The payroll team often found paper payslips were being misplaced by employees, therefore they needed a secure alternative for distributing payslips.
Distributing payslips required the payroll team to process, print, seal and hand distribute the documents to staff. A number of payslips were also posted to home addresses for ad hoc workers.
This method not only proved to be costly and time-consuming, but it also put added pressure on the payroll team to handle duplicate document requests when employees misplaced or lost their payslip.
Security issues surrounding the distribution of paper payslips were a concern for the team. Ensuring the safety of pay data was one of the business reasons for the switch.
The Payroll Manager was the driving force behind the change to successfully deliver online payroll documents in a secure environment, which were accessible from anywhere.
I highly recommend those looking to provide Epay to spend time communicating the move to online payslips to their employees. Some of the ideas we used were: posters, letters, a countdown on paper payslips and drop in sessions in the computer labs.