Whats in it for employers?
Reduce Government paperwork and HR Reporting
HR reporting has changed dramatically in the past few years, the requirements on today’s employers have changed so much, some feel like uncompensated collection officers for a list of Government agencies. Each agency wanting sharper details, in less time, piling more paper on you the business owner. If any report is incorrect, incomplete, late, or god forbid lost/forgotten, the resulting penalties or ramifications can range from annoying, to down right devastating. It’s becoming so regulated that you may have to work on it every day, just to stay one step ahead of the bureaucracy.
Remove Accountant from the Weekly Payroll Grind
We’re sure your accountants are great people, we hope you trust his/her advice. They study your books, analyze your tax savings and provide the accounting checks and balancing for your business. Do they really want to remind you to get your hours in, cut checks, stuff envelopes and wait around after hours for you to pick your payroll checks up? Do they deliver? If they do, how much are they really charging for the service?
Attract Better Employees and Reduce Turnover
Today’s competitive business environment requires the best employees. These employees demand higher compensation and benefits. PAYROLL EXPRESS, INC. can help control employment costs so that you may afford the higher wages. Also, the host of benefits provided by PAYROLL EXPRESS, INC. aid in the retention of quality workers.
Much, Much More than a Payroll Service
Will a payroll service review your health insurance policies? Will they be responsible for your quarterly payments? Do they assist you with government reporting of garnishments, workers comp claims, or help defend an ineligible unemployment dispute? Sure they can print, stuff, mail or personally deliver your payroll, but so will we.
Professional Discreet HR Recording and Storage
If your receptionist or secretary does your payroll, does he/she really need to know what everyone is earning? Will she/he know that new regulations require locked files for health insurance forms? Does your receptionist or secretary know that I-9 forms must be in a separate file for inspections? Who will train the next personnel clerk if she quits? Who is responsible for errors or violations?
Free up time for yourself or your spouse!
Finally, we’re pretty sure your spouse would rather go to dinner on a Thursday night instead of either doing your payroll for you or waiting for you to finish. Life is short, spend your “working” time concentrating on the “Business of Your Business”
“Let us worry about payroll and reporting.”