How to Deliver Payslips Quicker Through Self-Service

By Sam Thomas | 3rd August 2016 | 13 min read

e-payslips have seen a surge in popularity, and with IRIS OpenPayslips free for accountants to pay their own employees, isn't it time you switched?

The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals conducts an annual payslip survey with thousands of businesses across the UK, to gain an insight into the changing face of payroll. One of the report's key findings was the rise in popularity of electronic payslips, and how many businesses are now shying away from the traditional distribution channels of post and email.

The CIPP are now reporting that close to 40% of all UK businesses are now delivering payslips through self-service or by email, and with the data protection risks of email, isn’t it time your practice switched to self-service?

IRIS OpenPayslips is the industry’s leading self-service system for payslip distribution, and best of all, it’s completely free for accountants to use for their own workforce.

Get Smart with Electronic Payslips

Our latest guide looks into the top three channels of distribution and critiques each one, giving you a clear understanding of the benefits of a self-service system.

For example, did you know that on average, it costs businesses £1.77 per payslip per employee? That’s money that your clients could be saving. Additionally, the implications from the Google Inc. vs. Vidal-Hall court case has seen the security of emailing payslips called into question.

Both you and your clients could benefit greatly from a secure, online self-service system, as you’ve come to expect from IRIS, we have the perfect solution to the problem – IRIS OpenPayslipsThe secure cloud-based solution that enables your employees to access, and download their payslips via an online portal via PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet.

You can book a free, no-obligation demonstration of IRIS OpenPayslips here, and also be sure to download your free guide below to learn how self-service is leading the way in the payslip revolution.