HR Strategy

Payroll Managers Make it Rain

By

Joel Frost

| Aug 29, 2014

Dear Payroll Manager,

Thank you for making it rain every payday.

No employee understands everything you do to make sure their pay stub is accurate and on time.

Pay rates, taxes, insurance, bonuses, garnishments, PTO, expenses and a whole lot more have to come together seamlessly every payday (or people come unglued).

And more often than not you don’t even get thanked when it all goes right.

That’s just not fair.

We were going to write you a card for National Payroll Week, but we thought you could use a better payroll system instead. Something with:

  • Unlimited Users With Online Access – distribute the administrative burden of entering data among multiple users to approve timesheets, run reports, process payroll, make changes, etc., anytime from anywhere.
  • Way less paperwork – Replace your paper checks and pay stubs with direct deposit and online pay history; eliminate paper timesheets and time off requests; implement online expense management and benefits enrollment.
  • Faster Payroll Processing – automatically populate payroll with timesheet data, expense reimbursements and more. Verify payroll prior to processing and if needed, make payroll changes without starting over.
  • Comprehensive Reports – report in real time on all areas affecting your workforce and labor costs. Report across multiple years, FEINs, and export data in PDF, CSV and Excel formats.
  • Expert Help When You Need It – rely on your dedicated specialist when you need help with payroll or any other Paycom service. No phone trees (we hate phone trees).

Thank you from the bottom of our heart.

And keep making it rain. Payroll Managers make it rain!Happy National Payroll Week.

Love,

Paycom

About the Author

Joel Frost

Joel Frost has worked in marketing and advertising since 2005. A graduate of Brigham Young University, he has developed campaigns for a range of clients, from high tech firms to hospitals to nonprofits. Joel enjoys the challenges of digital marketing and content creation.

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