Laura Palulis is an Implementation Consultant at HRchitect with over 20 years of professional payroll experience. Get to know Laura, her hobbies, and what motivated her to join HRchitect in this month’s employee spotlight. Hometown: Unity, a small town in Southern New Hampshire. Alma Mater: I received my undergraduate degree from Providence College and my Read Article »
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Written by Laura Palulis “Don’t take your love away from me Don’t you leave my heart in misery If you go, then I’ll be blue ‘Cause breaking up is hard to do.” -“Breaking Up is Hard to Do” by Neil Sedaka If you are a fan of oldies music, you probably Read Article »
Written by Laura Palulis Many considerations come into play when selecting a consultant to work with on your Human Capital Management (HCM) project. Whether you are looking for day to day support, a system optimization, or a full-scale implementation, choosing to work with a consulting team comprised of former HR practitioners is a Read Article »
Opening Balances, often referred to as OBs, usually have a negative connotation in relation to HRIS and Payroll system implementations or conversions. Simply put, opening balances are the year-to date earnings, benefits and tax data for individual employees from a client’s legacy payroll system that needs to be loaded into the new HRIS system in Read Article »
Written by Laura Palulis In the wonderful world of payroll, many administrators wonder when they should begin to prepare for year-end. It has been my experience that too often this process begins in December, resulting in an extremely hectic few weeks trying to meet tight deadlines. Payroll and HR already have December holidays Read Article »
Written by Laura Palulis We all live and work in a technology-driven world where change is necessary to stay competitive. Human Capital Management (HCM) software systems are no exception. As the available technology changes around us, our HCM vendors need to rapidly innovate to incorporate these changes in order to satisfy the needs Read Article »