From finances to fun, your employees use apps to manage every aspect of their personal lives. It’s only natural they expect that level of convenience and ease of use with your workplace technology.
Failing to meet their expectations creates headaches, breaks trust and even spurs turnover. After all, would you want to work for an employer whose tools make your job harder?
Luckily, the right HR software gives talent a reason to invest in a long-term career. But providing employees with the tech they want requires altering how you’ve approached HR processes and letting go of fear-driven myths.
Take payroll, a centuries-old concept: When not done correctly, it’s an error-prone process filled with pitfalls that harm and jeopardize employees. It also contributes to turnover. 51% of employees would look for a new job if they experienced any payroll errors, according to a Harris Poll survey Paycom commissioned.
Even as developments have made processing payroll easier, correcting it has remained retroactive. Until now. Our employee-guided payroll experience, Beti®, transforms the process by automatically identifying errors, then leading workers to fix them before payroll runs. It’s all done in the same single software employees use to manage their other HR data, too.
However, some HR professionals still keep talent from directly accessing the data that impacts them most. As a result, employees can address issues only after mistakes cause chaos.
Every life-changing innovation has doubters. Once upon a time, we thought we’d never use a phone without buttons. And look how well that turned out!
Great HR tech is no different. This guide explores HR’s top objections to Paycom in no particular order — and proves why none of them hold water. We’ll dissect common objections like:
- “Employees shouldn’t do their own payroll.”
- “We don’t have time to involve employees.”
- “Employees don’t have time to do it.”
- “Too much math is involved.”
- “Employees will pay themselves whatever they want.”
- and more!