Migrating. Switching. Leaving. Joining. Any time you switch to anything there is always a cost. There is disruption. There is change. You'll be doing things differently. You'll be interfacing with different people, things, surroundings, etc.
Many people stay with legacy systems for this reason. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. There is some truth to that, actually. But what if it is broke? Or you really want out? Then what? What should you be considering if you want to move payroll providers without experiencing too much pain that often comes with changing things?
Here is a basic, non-exhaustive list of some things you should consider when switching to a new payroll provider:
Overall, the landscape in payroll is such that you can usually change payroll providers to a payroll system with a user experience that suits you, without sacrificing much in the way of cost. Sometimes it helps to talk it through with someone else. Contact us if you'd like to explore the issues involved in switching your payroll system.