Nottingham, 25 January 2012 – MidlandHR, a leading supplier of talent management, workforce planning, HR and payroll solutions, has today published a new guide to HR and payroll shared services in the public sector, following independent research carried out at the end of last year.
The research, HR and payroll shared services in the public sector – perceptions and realities, explored the opinions of over 100 UK public sector representatives, from functions spanning HR, payroll, finance, purchasing and IT.
The aim of the guide is to offer an informative introduction to HR and payroll shared services in the public sector, covering everything from who can benefit, to partner relationships and presenting the business case. It also looks at the different models available as well as the cost savings, challenges and timeframes.
Karen Bull, product strategy manager at MidlandHR, comments: “The research conducted in late 2011 provided us with an excellent opportunity to clear up any myths about shared services and in conjunction with our direct customer experience, consultation with experts in the field and general market research, provide a complete guide for public sector organisations. The guide gives a comprehensive overview of the shared service models and the many benefits they can bring, highlighted by case studies taken from our own customer base.”
For a copy of the new guide, please click here, or for more information, email Ashley Fryer on firstname.lastname@example.org. For a copy of the original research report, please click here.
MidlandHR is a leading supplier of talent management, workforce planning, HR and payroll solutions and services. With a wealth of industry experience, MidlandHR's solutions support some of the largest and most successful organisations in the UK, from both public and private sectors.
Whether organisations require HR and payroll outsourcing services, cloud-based software as a service or an on-premise solution, MidlandHR’s strength lies in its cutting edge iTrent technology and a commitment to providing the highest quality service to meet the needs of every customer.
MidlandHR has extensive shared service experience and expertise, having supported many customers through the process. iTrent provides the flexibility, configurability and scalability required for a shared service. For more information about MidlandHR’s commitment to excellence, recognised through the recent CIPP Service Provider of the Year Award, click here.
MidlandHR’s customers include: East Kent Shared Service, Surrey First Partnership, T.M.Lewin, Severn Trent Water, Chesterfield NHS, QVC, Oxford University, Loughborough University, Oxfam, The Salvation Army, Brighton & Hove City Council, Oxford City Council, TK Maxx, Humberside Police, Law Officers Departments, Laing O’Rourke, Skanska and more. For more information, visit MidlandHR at www.midlandhr.com
Press Enquiries to:
Ashley Fryer / Claudia Kellermann
020 7240 6959
DATE: 25.01.12 REF: 12-008
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