Pay slips can be a big hassle. Many employees throw away the paper copies, only to need them again when trying to buy a car or house. They don’t usually need them during business hours, which is a problem for both the employees and the HR manager. But hh2’s Pay Slips feature can solve all those problems. Employees can access pay slips directly from their computer or mobile device and print or email them without ever needing help from the office.
(this product is offered free of charge with a Remote Payroll Subscription)
We’re all busy and neither your employees or your HR manager should have to worry about printing out hosts of pay slips during their work day. Worse, the employee could be calling in the evening, from a car dealership, and your HR manager either has to email them remotely or the employee will have to wait until the next business day. Now all that’s needed is your employee’s smartphone—they can access pay slips any time of day from anywhere.
The cost of paper, envelopes, and stamps can seem trivial but if your company has more than a dozen employees and you send out slips every week or two, those costs can really add up. In addition to material costs, you’ve got the cost of the person who has to print, fold, label and stamp—plus the HR manager’s time when he or she has to spend extra effort to send pay slips after hours.
Free yourself and your employees from being chained to a computer. hh2 Pay Slips provides you with mobile apps to look your stubs up on your tablet or phone to save, email, or print them. You can do it from the office of your mortgage lender or from the sales floor of the dealership.
With hh2’s Pay Slips, you’re in control.
Even if your employee saves all the pay slips they get in the mail, they have to find a place to file them away and they can easily get lost or out of order, which leads back to our previous hassles. With our Pay Slips feature, they can print the pay slips they need, from our cloud-based app—they can do it right there in the car dealership. They can email them to the salesman, or even send them directly to the printer.