Employment functions are having to balance their organization’s digital transformation plans with existing and incoming legislation. Digital transformation often encourages organizations to take a more flexible approach to the work environment, allowing for new kinds of contracts with suppliers, new types of services being procured and new roles being introduced. However, the key challenge is for organizations to balance this with the regulations.
The key challenges for employment teams:
- Keeping up to date with hundreds of pages of legislation – whether that is pension regulations or rule changes such as those coming into force in April 2020 under IR35
- Applying these rules and regulations to the organization, ensuring they are compliant and that clients have had a thorough risk assessment.
This is where BRYTER comes in
Organizations can leverage BRYTER to streamline their employment function, assess legislation implications and applicable requirements by building digital tools that are packaged as easy-to-use self-service solutions for clients – all without the need for programming expertise.
With BRYTER, complex legislation is converted into an intelligible diagrams. Employment professionals can capture rules sourced from hundreds of pages of legislation – including pension regulations and IR35 – to provide an easy-to-follow guidance application or risk assessment for clients.
How can BRYTER help with employment matters?
- Self-service offering: Convert lengthy forms and communications into digital self-serve tools for clients to streamline processes and services while capturing all information in a structured and automated way.
- Gateway for complex legislation: Build tools that help clients understand and navigate through the complex landscape of new tax legislation. Automate processes: Use interactive questionnaires to auto-fill complex forms and minimize human error to increase efficiency.
- Scale internal knowledge: Use interactive and easy-to-use BRYTER applications to enable knowledge sharing across departments and in interaction with other areas of the business for a more integrated client service.
- More accessible guidance: Create rule-based applications that guide clients through complex legislation to provide more manageable guidance and information
- Improved knowledge sharing: Leverage automation to offer consistency in the way you service clients and enable all areas of your business to participate in knowledge sharing.
- 24/7 service delivery: Self-service tools enable 24/7 access and provide your clients with tax services at their fingertips.
- Become data-driven: Get holistic insights into users’ interactions with the tools you build to consistently provide better services for your clients.