HR – Payroll

HR – Payroll services are crucial for businesses of all sizes to ensure efficient workforce management, maintain legal compliance, and create a positive employee experience.

What is Payroll – HR services?
HR – Payroll services are a service provided by HR and payroll professionals to assist your business in maintaining smooth employee administration, ensuring accurate and timely payment to employees, and therefore empowering their productivity.

To be specific, we would support in:

  • Employee benefits administration: This involves managing employee benefits programs, including health insurance, enrolment, and compliance.
  • Time and attendance management: We help track employee working hours, overtime, and different types of leaves. 
  • Payroll processing: We handle the calculation of employee salaries, bonuses, commissions, and others based on your company’s payroll policies and employees’ work hours.
  • Compliance and reporting: We prepare and fill the necessary tax forms on behalf of the employer, ensuring that your business stay compliant with payroll tax laws and regulations.
  • Payroll inquiry handling: We address inquiries related to employees’ payroll, taxes, and deductions, relieving your business from handling these lengthy tasks.


Frequently Asked Questions

How can outsourcing HR services benefit my company?

Our outsourcing HR services can benefit your company in several ways:

  • Time efficiency: We reduce administrative burden on your internal team, so they can focus on core business activities, improving overall efficiency.
  • Compliance and risk management: Our expert team help your company stay compliant, reducing the risk of legal issues and penalties.
  • Employee benefits administration: Include benefits, such as such as health insurance and maternity insurance, ensuring employees’ satisfaction, therefore increase their productivity.

Here is our approach:

  • Identify which labor laws apply to your business, and understand regulations on overtime eligibility for employees.
  • Set overtime policies: Establish clear policies on overtime, including when overtime is allowed, how it should be requested, and the rate of pay for overtime hours.
  • Record hours accurately: Implement a reliable time tracking system to record employee hours accurately, including regular and overtime hours.

Here are some essential laws and regulations that you know:

  • Labor Code: This primary legal framework includes regulations on contracts, wages, working hours, termination procedures among others.
  • Minimum Wage Regulations: Which vary depending on region and industry
  • Social Insurance Law: Including health insurance, unemployment insurance, and retirement pensions
  • Work Permits Regulations
  • Occupational Safety and Health Regulations
  • Termination and Severance Pay
  • Employee Benefits and Welfare: Including annual leave, sick leave, and maternity leave, as outlined in labor laws.
  • Data protection: Ensure your employees sign NDA before leaving to protect your company data
  • Labor dispute resolution: Understanding mechanisms for labor dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration