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MENAFN Press - 06/01/2014
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(MENAFN Press) Smart Pay, the WPS-compliant leading payroll solution from UAE Exchange, has stood up for the needy yet again. This prodigy of the leading global remittance and foreign exchange brand is extending financial aid to those employees of its clients, who are either critically ill or are disabled due to an accident. Smart Pay has taken up this cause through its CSR initiative called Smart Pay Care, wherein 10 most critical cases are selected and provided with the financial aid to support their medical treatment. The event, for the same, was conducted at the Country Head Quarters of UAE Exchange, UAE Operations in Dubai.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Varghese Mathew, Country Head “ UAE Exchange, UAE, said, "Smart Pay has always strived to bring maximum value to its clients and their employees. Towards this aim, we have been bringing the best of services and technology, making it convenient for our corporate clients and their employees, since seven years of establishing Smart Pay. Smart Pay Care is a CSR extension of this commitment. We are thankful to our partnering clients for supporting us in each of our endeavours. This initiative for their empoyees is one such effort, which has gained appreciation from various quarters. We hope that this contribution will be of help in supporting healthcare to each of the beneficiaries."

Smart Pay Care is an initiative from the WPS-compliant leading payroll solution for the welfare of the employees of its clients. This is the second time that Smart Pay Care has taken up the cause of the employees of Smart Pay clients. The other initiatives of Smart Pay include Smart Pay Appreciation Programme and Smart Pay HR Summit, which aim at encouraging excellence in all spheres. Smart Pay was established seven years ago to address the salary disbursal challenges faced by corporate entities. By partnering Smart Pay, clients automatically adhere to the Wages Protection System (WPS), initiated by UAE Ministry of Labour and the Central Bank of the UAE. WPS was established to streamline the salary disbursal process and protect the interests of both employers and their employees.

The event, held in Dubai, was attended by clients of Smart Pay, senior officials of
UAE Exchange, special invitees and the media.
For more information log on to www.smartpaysolutions.com

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