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How Bob Coughlin Built Paycor Into A $200 Million HR Software Company
Bob Coughlin founded Cincinnati-based Paycor, a $200 million (FY2016 revenues) payroll processing and HR software business, on the principles of meeting a market need, taking calculated risks, providing superior customer service, and buckling down to do the hard work required to get things going. Read the full story on Forbes.com.
5 Reasons HR Teams Should Adopt an Agile Mindset
Two years ago, Paycor’s HR team began experimenting with an agile approach to project management. Agile is a term you’ve probably heard of (Amazon lists more than 1,000 books on the subject), but it has yet to be widely adopted by HR departments. Read the full article here.
Survey: Some Predict HR Will Be Automated, Data-driven and Strategic by 2022
Nearly half of HR and business leaders who were surveyed believe many core HR functions will be automated by 2022—and while they're optimistic about their businesses in 2018, 45 percent are concerned about recruiting and retention, according to a new Harris Poll. Check out the full article here.
Putting Clients First: Paycor Adapts to Customers’ Needs
Paycor is looking ahead to the future — and using its flexibility to get there. Read how Paycor adapts, here.
HR Center of Excellence Encourages More Thoughtful Approach to Benefits
The inextricable link between HR and benefits, and their relevance to the organization as a whole, is the subject of careful study at Paycor’s HR Center of Excellence. This universal online resource hub, recently launched by the provider of human capital management software and services, helps small and midsize employers benchmark and improve leading industry practices. Read the full article.
Need to Attract Top Talent? Try These 12 Smart Hiring Strategies
The current job market swings heavily in favor of candidates. Top-tier professionals know how in-demand they are, and if you don't market yourself properly as an employer, you might lose your dream employee to a competitor. See the full article here.