OKLAHOMA CITY – Paycom Software, Inc. (“Paycom”) (NYSE:PAYC), a leading provider of comprehensive, cloud-based human capital management software, today announced the launch of its redesigned Employee Self-Service technology. This update significantly enhances the usability of Paycom’s application for its clients.
“We remain highly focused on providing the best possible user experience for businesses and their employees,” said Chad Richison, Paycom’s founder and chief executive officer. “We are pleased with the positive feedback we’ve received as a result of our newly redesigned Employee Self-Service software for both desktop and mobile app usage. Improvements like this continue to deliver value to our clients and allow them to better engage their workforce.”
Along with the redesigned interface and icons, Paycom’s self-service enhancements included a “quick punch” feature, allowing employees to clock in with the click of a button. Additionally, a new “quick action button” allows them to add or edit information on time sheets or their expense management dashboard. These “quick action” features allow users to complete tasks from the convenience of one thumb. Users still can access Paycom’s mobile app instantly through fingerprint recognition, Face ID® or a PIN.
Paycom’s Employee Self-Service product, which is available for free download as Paycom on the App Store and Google Play, empowers businesses’ employees to take control of their own HR data and its related functions. According to HR.com, nearly 90% of HR professionals believe self-service technology is the most efficient way to provide payroll and HR information to their workforce; furthermore, most large organizations believe it saves their HR teams between seven and 10 hours per week.
Today’s workforce includes technology-dependent employees who are accustomed to using mobile apps as part of their daily lives, and Paycom’s self-service technology provides employees with easy mobile access to onboard as new employees, submit their time, complete training courses, enroll in benefits and much more, whenever and from wherever it is most convenient for them.
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