Queen’s will be implementing the first phase of new human resources administrative systems this year, including payroll, as part of the Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement project.
These systems support 134,000 payments annually – all salaries and benefits, which represent about 71 per cent of the university’s operating expenditures and approximately 13,000 T4 slips, including many for students
“This is not a ‘computer project’,” says Rod Morrison, Vice-Principal (Human Resources) and a member of the QUASR Executive Steering Committee. “It involves opportunities to design new HR processes and new ways of doing things.”
One of the main objectives for the new human resources system is to help streamline and automate the processing of transactions. It will also provide improved capabilities for analysing this information.
Initial human resources system changes will focus on four main areas. These are:
Education and training will be provided which will establish a foundation for continuing advances in future years.