Compliance is not easy, and it is certainly not free. It’s time to bring that fact into focus.
The Cost of Employer Compliance and Public Policy Implications, a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Canada, demonstrates that the complex labyrinth of legislation that payroll professionals routinely navigate has resulted in challenges for employers and created a climate that is less than ideal for investment. To support Canada’s economic future, the report frames three key policy areas where government can work with employers to reduce the overall costs of compliance.
Download the report today to learn more.
This report, commissioned by the Canadian Payroll Association, is the second of three inter-related PwC Canada publications that will be released through the fall of 2020, to bring payroll out from behind-the-scenes and into focus:
- The Economic Impact of Payroll Professionals in Canada
- The Cost of Employer Compliance and Public Policy Implications
- The Future of Payroll (Coming: December 2020)
If you work in payroll, are looking to optimize your organization or develop payroll policies, or are an employer looking manage your costs, each report should be required reading as you develop future-looking strategies.