Annual payroll workshop nominated valuable experience
Some of our clients attended our annual payroll workshop where they received end-of-year training, a sneak peak at Payroll sub-module Kiosk updates and a presentation from AusCoal Super.
On June 7 representatives from Glencore Xstrata, Centennial Coal, Bengalla, Delta SBD, Bloomfield, Wilson Mining Services, Lake Coal and Bandanna joined Pulse Mining Systems at their head office for the annual Payroll Workshop.
The day consisted of Payroll module training, a demonstration of the latest features available in the Payroll module and a presentation from AusCoal Super representatives.
The payroll workshop is considered one of the most popular workshops, with the vast majority of attendees return customers. Delta SBD, one of the newest Pulse clients attended the workshop for the first time. A mining services company, Delta SBD provided a fresh perspective for Payroll utilisation, sharing insights with the mining company representatives attending.
The star pupil, Centennial Coal, provided their Pulse Mining ERP expertise and shared their experiences to all involved, opening a forum for knowledge sharing and networking.
The morning covered the payroll end-of-year process and Rosters and Awards module training. Each attendee received a user guide which contained tips, tricks and FAQs.
Attendees were offered a first-hand look at new features available in the Human Resources module, in particular the Pulse Employee Kiosk. One attendee stated that the demonstration helped her to better understand the importance of upgrading, and looked forward to utilising the new functionality.
The Pulse Employee Kiosk is a self-help module to manage employee related details, such as electronic leave applications, and empowers employees to update their own personal information.
Two representatives from AusCoal Super - Glenn Padgett and Tony Butterfield provided a guest appearance. Topics covered recent AusCoal Super updates and an introduction to Quick Super. Quick Super functionality has been integrated into the Pulse Mining ERP Human Resources module.
Tony Butterfield’ presence caused a degree of excitement, having previously played for the Newcastle Knights, a national rugby league team.
Due to the workshops popularity, the potential for hosting additional workshops in the near future will be investigated.
All workshop attendees received a certificate of completion and a variety of Pulse merchandise.