As MATs grow, in both success and employees, existing HR and payroll systems are under ever increasing scrutiny – are they still up to the job?
More employees means more data… and data demands! A real-time platform that updates employee information immediately has never been more important.
You need systems that are both quick and accurate:
Academy HR, payroll and pensions
Significant changes in the education sector in recent years have seen new academies increasingly encouraged to join a MAT. Successful MATs know the advantages of combining all HR, payroll and pensions into a single system.
Single systems are often used in the corporate world but as education specialists we know schools and academies have unique demands. Our client research shows that when they use a single system, data is quicker to find, a clear overview of each employee is produced, and data provided to pension funds and clients is consistent and live.
Save time and money
Are duplicate records wasting your staff’s valuable time?
A real-time platform where a record updated on any system is updated everywhere, produces consistent data that is easy to maintain and eliminates the administrative burden of duplicate records.
Another way to save time and improve accuracy is to adopt an HR system with employee self-service. Staff can update their own details, giving managers an overview of their team’s data.
Are staff absences and low retention rates costing you money?
With an easily accessible absence-management tool you can closely monitor all employee absences in a single system. You benefit from:
Why EduPeople is best in class
We have invested in a new best-in-class HR and payroll system for education to give you an unrivalled overview of every employee’s data. One employee record centralises your HR, payroll and pensions data providing quick, accurate and up-to-date information – saving you time and money.
Why have we decided to switch to EduPeople?
We are confident that EduPeople is the future of HR, payroll and pensions for academy trusts and schools.
For more information, watch our short explainer video