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At Selima, HR and payroll are our pedigree. This regularly updated blog is our way of conveying how we feel about shifts in the industry, HR and payroll news, upcoming events and effects on businesses.

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HRSS 2017 Review

After the announcement of Selima becoming part of The Access Group, the HR Software Show was the perfect opportunity to give the industry a taste of the great things to come from the alliance.

Access went down in HRSS history. With three stands and over 40 team members at London Olympia, you couldn’t get away from us! (more…)

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The Access Group Acquires Selima Limited

The Access Group Completes Acquisition of Selima Limited

London, UK – 13 June 2017– The Access Group, one of the UK’s leading providers of software to mid-market customers, has completed the acquisition of Selima Limited.  (more…)

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New Website Launch

Today Selima have unveiled our new modern website, giving us the perfect platform to promote our new recruitment module that can be integrated into your HR software. (more…)

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Decathlon UK partner with Selima

Decathlon are one of the world’s premier sports retailers with 65,000 employees worldwide and over 1,500 of those employed in 30 Decathlon UK stores. Decathlon UK has an exciting 12 months ahead with 10 new store openings. To support this growth, Decathlon UK partnered with Selima to replace their legacy HR and scheduling systems.

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What the 2017 Spring Budget means for businesses

The government’s 2017 spring budget is behind us. As such, we thought we would provide a quick summary of what the budget means for businesses in the UK.

Self-employed business owners may not be overwhelming with positivity, as they are now facing an increase to their National Insurance contributions. Currently, the levy on self-employed profits sits at 9%. This rises to 10% in 2018 and 11% in 2019. Chancellor Phillip Hammond claimed this would raise an extra £2 billion in tax revenue during the current Parliamentary term.

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National Apprenticeship Week

National Apprenticeship Week is taking place once again, aiming to celebrate how apprenticeships can open up better career opportunities for young people. The 10th National Apprenticeship Week will bring together employers and apprentices from across England to commend the success of apprenticeships over the last decade and will seek to encourage even more people to choose apprenticeships as an alternative to university and college.

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International Women’s Day 2017

International Women’s Day is right around the corner, taking place on the 8th March 2017. This year’s International Women’s Day campaign theme is “be bold for change,” utilising a hashtag of the same slogan. As with previous years, the day takes place to encourage a rallying cry for people of any gender, binary and non-binary, to come together to abolish the gender pay gap.

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Expansion: how to prepare for the next step for your business

Expanding your business can be an enticing prospect, if not without risks. Expansion allows your business more national and/or global reach, finding new customers and audiences in the process. But it’s a double edged sword; launching into expansion without a solid plan or secure software to back it up can lead to problems down the line.

These problems might include spreading staff too thin, not being able to afford the labour cost of additional hires, or failing to reach an audience beyond the size of your business. At Selima we’ve been successful in providing software that has helped many of our customers expand into new ventures.

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What HR and payroll practices can safely be automated?

Automation has been something of a buzzword among businesses in recent years. For some, the thought of automation can be a daunting thing. We understand some may think of leaving certain tasks to software can be risky, especially if no one is there to make sure everything’s running smoothly.

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