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Introducing SmartPayroll's new Apps!

To make life easier for both employers and employees, SmartPayroll is pleased to introduce you to our Apps for iOS and Android. These apps will allow to set up payrun on the go, authorise payments, view payslips and request leave. We’ve release two apps – the one you download will… Read More

Improving staff wellness at SmartPayroll

Getting a good work life balance is important, especially when we live in a world where our smartphones and email keep us connected to our jobs 24/7 whether we’re at the office or not. Longer commutes mean less time with our families, and more time in stressful traffic jams and… Read More

Helping new employees settle in – Tips for NZ Small Business

As your business begins to grow, when the workload increases and the time commitment too, you may start to think you need some help. If getting the kids to stuff envelopes for pocket money come invoicing time just isn’t cutting it anymore, it might be time to think about formally… Read More

Parental Leave changes and what this means for your payroll

More parental leave from the 1st April 2015 Our friends at www.employers.co.nz recently published an article on upcoming changes to Parental Leave laws: The following changes to the Parental Leave and Employment Protection Act 1987 will come into force on 1 April 2015: – Paid parental leave will… Read More

Making Payroll a Breeze – New mobile app for SmartPayroll

This month SmartPayroll is launching My Smart, a new mobile app for SmartPayroll customers. The My SmartPayroll mobile app will include real-time functionality and updates for both employees and employers, with staff also being able to request leave and enter their hours using the app. The My SmartPayroll app is free for… Read More

A Fantastic Payroll Course for Christchurch Businesses in February

We love helping Kiwi businesses make life easier when it comes to employing staff. To really understand what keeps NZ business owners up at night we like to travel around the country regularly and talk to them, their payroll people and accountants. We always encourage clients (and potential clients) to get… Read More

How to prevent OOS

Although our primary business is payroll, our SmartPayroll team are conscious about OOS (occupation overuse syndrome). A lot of New Zealand businesses spend their time in an office, at a desk, in front of a computer screen. Signs of OOS Muscle strain and discomfort Bodily aches… Read More

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