HR Center of Excellence: Benefits Video

HR Center of Excellence: Benefits Video

The HR COE is a resource for HR and finance leaders who want to make a difference in their organizations. For 30 years, Paycor has been on the forefront of HR, and our mission has never changed: we want to do everything we can to help our customers solve problems and grow. To accomplish that mission, we provide best-in-class human capital management software, but that’s table stakes, as they say. We also provide expertise in the form of legendary customer support and thought leadership, which we define as actionable plans and inspiration to help you achieve your specific goals.

Benefits is one of the six pillars of HR excellence. Watch this short video to get a sense of what role benefits plays in your organization. You might be surprised that there’s more to benefits than meets the eye. Benefits can be a powerful recruiting and retention tool. The right benefits plan for your company can also dramatically improve turnover.

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