CRS, QBIT partner to reimagine human capital management
CRS Technologies has partnered with QBIT, the developers of the eJobDesign job profiling and planning application that enables users to design, maintain and validate job structure information and apply it in workforce planning.
So darn tired. Of Zoom, of digital, of tech and video
A recent peer-reviewed article in Technology, Mind and Behaviour found that videoconferencing activities are exhausting because they’re intense, immobile and mentally demanding.
Constant payroll crises a sure sign you’ve outgrown your software
Price is not an indicator of cutting-edge innovation, nor whether an HR and payroll system will be a suitable short-term fit.
Zambia's new National Health Insurance Fund now enforced
Businesses in Zambia must take cognisance of the country's new National Health Insurance Fund, effective 1 October 2019, according to HR and HCM specialist CRS Technologies.
Enterprises must embrace solutions tailored to their needs
Enterprises require solutions designed with their size and complexity in mind, yet many large-scale organisations, driven by economic pressure and the desire to save costs, are tempted to adopt software developed for SMBs - it is something Ian McAlister, General Manager at CRS Technologies, strongly advises against.
Consider the security implications for payroll when adopting cloud solutions
The recent launch of two multinational data centres in South Africa has placed renewed focus on the benefits that the cloud can provide businesses says Ian McAlister, General Manager of CRS Technologies South Africa.
Integrated HCM empowers businesses to master African tax
An HCM system makes sense... it can cater for all scenarios in operation, including centralisation, locality and globalisation says Ian McAlister, General Manager of CRS Technologies South Africa.
Top considerations before implementing an HCM system
The cloud is a game-changer for many industries and it has also influenced the decision making when it comes to acquiring and implementing Human Capital Management (HCM) systems, says CRS Technologies South Africa.
Why should I outsource my company's Africa payrolls?
Outsourcing IT services is by no means a silver bullet to address business challenges. However, if strategically handled, it can be a straightforward and effective way to leverage important skill sets and market experience - especially when it comes to payroll administration.
Kenya's new-look tax plan will impact on local operations - CRS Technologies
Kenya's government has overhauled the country's current income tax legislation framework and announced measures designed to help grow the economy, according to the Budget Statement for the fiscal year 2018/2019.
Embracing integrated HR systems
Despite the push towards a more connected environment, traditional human resources (HR) solutions need some catching up to do - Ian McAlister, General Manager of CRS Technologies, looks at the benefits of an integrated HR payroll solution in this modern landscape.
Swaziland looks to SOR approach for enhanced HCM
CRS is offering Swaziland a record golden opportunity and the HR and HCM solution specialist has presented an established state-controlled services entity in Swaziland with a clear opening to leverage fully automated, centralised HCM using a single platform.
Kenya anticipates strong growth as it prepares for elections
As Kenya prepares for its General Elections in August, the government has outlined its fiscal strategy with further growth expected in the economy and several changes to tax laws established to support budgetary considerations.
Year-end payroll requires meticulous timing, thorough technology
HR and HCM experts at CRS Technologies explain that timing and a reliable technology system are absolutely essential to meet all requirements and expectations.
CRS Technologies, Simone showcases the HR lifecycle
CRS Technologies has introduced the importance of technology with the functionality to automate and assist businesses to manage the entire HR lifecycle of their workforce, from ‘cradle to grave'.