Tag Archives: Ceridian

The loveliest golf course in the world (and fine Company!)

I am a very lucky man. I played 27 holes at Swinley Forest Golf Club on Thursday. On a blisteringly beautiful early June day it was quite simply the most beautiful golf course I have played (or am likely to … Continue reading

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What payroll can do to keep away the loan sharks.

We all know the sharks that swim in financial waters preying on the weakest and driving them and their families into deeper debt with all the social and health problems that “deep debt” brings. And I’m sure that if it … Continue reading

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I’m in- who’s out?

  I’m serving up a dish which may have gone cold in your inbox or may not have reached you at all. Personally I’m not concerned about opt-out rates, even if they crept above the 9% generally advertised. That Ceridian … Continue reading

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Payroll folk and Pensions should be friends

Well ok, it’s not as glam as the farmer and the cowboy in Oklahoma, but there’s that same edge between payroll and pension people . This blog’s about how we’re getting it together-¬†thanks to some lucky chancs- some serendipity! Serendipity … Continue reading

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