Case Study: Ellison Surface Technology Finds Solution to Their Benefits Problems
Case Study: Ellison Surface Technology Finds Solution to Their Benefits Problems

Case Study: Ellison Surface Technology Finds Solution to Their Benefits Problems

Ellison Surface Technology has become an industry leader in engineered coatings and special process applications, but as the organization continues to develop, they faced challenges with their open enrollment and benefits process.

To help eliminate manual data entry and automate the company's benefits process, Ellison turned to Paycor for a better solution.

Download the case study to learn how Paycor's benefits solution helped increase efficiency and alleviate the stress of the benefits process.

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