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You wouldn’t hire one mechanic to fix your car’s engine, another for the air conditioning, and a third to handle the electrical system. It doesn’t make sense.

Just like a car, your organization’s human capital systems have to mesh perfectly, or you won’t be able to go where you want. But many business owners think it makes perfect sense to hire different vendors for payroll, HR, benefits, ACA compliance and reconciliation.

There’s enough risk running a company day to day. Why not have someone else take care of your master checklist? We offer our clients a unified approach that allows for economies of scale. We call it The Payday HCM bundle advantage vs. the silo approach.

Why is a comprehensive approach best? Consider government regulators. They’re always on the lookout for the slightest transgression, and just one missed connection between different third party vendors can leave you wide open to big compliance penalties.

We start with a comprehensive audit establishing your company’s needs and goals, as well as an internally integrated system of matrixed checklists and navigation. Then we ensure that compliance with all the regulations is shared and that the right people are accountable.

The advantage of the bundle is a unified, stable process across all areas of your human capital management to ensure that nothing is overlooked or minimized. And with all your data in one place, instead of spread among multiple vendors, efficiency goes up and costs go down.

At Payday HCM we have 58 employees, so I’m in the same boat as you. I understand the stressors. We take the worry off the table and give you the peace of mind you need to grow your business to the next level. When you bundle your systems, the engine of your business keeps humming along.

We recognize that, for our clients, working with Payday HCM is an active, ongoing choice, and a higher level of customer service needs to be the standard.  If you want to create this level of customer service in your own organization, check out my book, Never Miss A Touch; The Search for Excellence.

 

Andrew Siegel

Andrew Siegel

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