What do you know about job costing? Payroll software has many fundamental features that benefit most organizations, yet there are features that your payroll provider probably has, that you might not be aware of, that can assist and help you reach your organization's goals. What’s more, they might come at no additional charge. Whether you’re satisfied with your current payroll and HR software provider or shopping around, I strongly suggest learning more about the valuable secondary features offered, such as Job Costing, Group Scheduling, and Report Scheduling to name a couple. I’m here to share more about job costing and help you decide if it would be a beneficial feature for your organization.
One of the awesome perks of working at Dominion is Dominion University. Once or twice a week, one of my insanely smart coworkers teaches a class about what they are an expert in or passionate about. It’s a really cool way to have more transparency and understand what everyone does everyday. A couple of weeks ago I went to a really good class about non-profits and knew I had to write about it. We talked about the history of non-profits, why they are, what they are, the process to becoming one and how their needs differ from for-profit companies when it comes to payroll, time & attendance and hr.
After the class I still had a ton of questions about how hrm software can specifically help non-profits. So I did some digging and these are the top things I believe a solid HRM/HRIS can do for a non-profit.
Have you ever purchased a “one-size-fits-all” piece of clothing and found that even though it certainly fits, it looks completely wrong? (Sure the skirt waist is right, but you weren’t planning on having a train that rivals a wedding dress!) How about having eaten at Subway, where the menu boasts nearly 37 million different sandwich combinations—surely there’s an option for everybody somewhere in there! (But anybody who’s anybody knows to order honey oat.) Even getting a gym membership is marketed as being the right choice for anyone—that’s why they offer different classes, trainers, and machines perfect for all levels of fitness.