Case Study: Price Brothers, Inc.
Case Study: Price Brothers, Inc.

Case Study: Price Brothers, Inc.

A need for robust reporting tools and a modern HR and payroll platform with onboarding capabilities led Price Brothers, Inc., to Paycor.

Construction Industry
Number of Employees
HCM Solutions

“We’re constantly hiring and looking for skilled trade help on a daily basis. Now they can fill out the application online and we can email them the new-hire paperwork. They can complete everything online before their first day.”
- Kim McLaughlin, CFO, Price Brothers, Inc.

Why Price Brothers, Inc., left their payroll provider

Price Brothers, a Charlotte, N.C.-based plumbing contractor who specializes in new-home construction, needed a more modern HR and payroll platform that could keep up with their growing business. Their former solution wasn’t intuitive and didn’t collect all the data they needed for reporting purposes.

Prior to Paycor

The overall HR process wasn’t efficient. Candidates had to complete a handwritten application onsite and all new-hire paperwork was completed and filed by hand. They needed a modern system that collected the necessary data.

Challenges

  • Inefficient and cumbersome HR software
  • Manual onboarding
  • Lack of custom reporting
  • No mobile clock in/out options

With Paycor

Paycor’s HR, payroll and onboarding solutions streamlined a once lengthy process by eliminating the need for manual data entry. Managers and employees alike appreciate the mobile app features which allows them to check paystubs and request/approve vacation time.

Solutions & Key Features

  • Automated payroll
  • Increased efficiency in new hire onboarding
  • Employee self service
  • Compliance verification



I like that you’re always progressing. You’re coming out with new features all the time and combined in one unified system makes it easy to use. You don’t just acquire a customer and forget about them. You’re always in touch with us.”
- Kim McLaughlin, CFO, Price Brothers, Inc.

Price Brothers, Inc., partners with Paycor to onboard, pay and retain their workforce.

  • Benefits Advisor
  • ACA Reporting
  • Onboarding
  • Time & Attendance
  • HR
  • Payroll

HR

All employee data lives in one place and is accessible by self-service which allows employees to update personal information, view check stubs, track certifications and more. Administrators can easily track workflow processes online, receiving alerts when approval is needed, or a change is made.

Onboarding

The streamlined experience introduces company policies and any relevant industry regulations. New hires can view and sign documentation before their first day, lessening any potential compliance issues that may arise.

Time & Attendance

Requests are tracked electronically with immediate approval from managers and employees can easily access their own information while tracking their PTO allotment in real time. A biometric time clock with fingerprint reader eliminates buddy punching by requiring a unique individual user for every punch.

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