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How To Evaluate HCM and Payroll Providers

Not All HCM and Payroll Providers Are the Same

Learn how to evaluate!

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There’s more human capital management technology available now than ever before. And yet the typical HR department still spends 60% of their time on transactional HR.

Why is that? Why isn’t it working?

You want to make a plan for growing your organization with the right talent, but you spend way too much time keying new hire data into payroll.

You want to uncover insights about how labor costs are affecting your bottom line, but you’re too busy tracking time and attendance.

You want to optimize your benefits package, so you can stay ahead of the curve, but you’re too busy hand-holding your employees through open enrollment.

The truth is: Not all HCM technology is the same.

In fact, much of the HCM business now is, unfortunately, a bait and switch game. That’s why choosing an HCM technology provider is so important. Your HCM platform is the foundation of your business.

Here’s what you need to look for in an HCM solution and why.