Payroll errors
have consequences.

Stop them before they happen.

One payroll error can seriously disrupt the lives of your employees. Beti® guides employees to find and fix errors before payroll submission — right in the Paycom app.

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With Beti®, employees do their own payroll

Employees already manage what goes into their payroll, like submitting their time, requesting PTO, managing expenses and more. Why not let them ensure their payroll is error-free?

And with 82% of Americans reporting they would have difficulty paying bills if more than $500 were missing from their check, perfect payroll is critical for your employees. Even one payroll mistake could mean deciding between paying for rent or groceries.

Beti identifies errors and guides employees to resolve them before submission. Its employee-driven approach brings your business:

  • improved data accuracy
  • reduced compliance risk
  • greater employee trust
  • increased process oversight
  • maximum transparency
  • unparalleled employee insight into their pay

Survey of 2,210 U.S. employees conducted in September 2022 by Morning Consult and commissioned by Paycom.

“Beti brought payroll to the next step, where it gave more ownership to the employees. It ensures payroll’s accurate. I haven’t had a payroll-related question from an employee in a long time.”

—chief human resources officer, credit union