In my various presentations around HR 2.0 I try to stress that just about any people management process can be social-ified. But I usually explain that in some areas, eg in reward, the change may be more about using social approaches, eg pay transparency, rather than social media.
So I was excited recently by the challenge of contributing to an article on using social media in payroll. But as I said:
“Payroll isn’t the most obvious example for the use of social media tools. The issue is that social tools are designed to enable sharing and in the payroll area, sharing (for example of individual salaries) is the last thing organisations want to see.”
There is more, but you’ll have to see whether you can get hold of a copy of Scott Beagrie’s article in the May edition of Payroll World to have a look (I’ve not managed to do so yet).
And do let me know if you know of any good examples of social media being used within payroll – I’d love to know more about them.
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