HAUPPAUGE, New York (July 25, 2012) – As part of the recent expansion of Paypro Corporation’s HR & Benefits Services Division,  Paypro is excited to announce the availability of its HR Management Solution.

This solution is well suited for organizations that need to create a much needed HR presence as well as those that need additional HR resources without the typical high costs. With this new Paypro solution, organizations can enhance their HR capabilities through an HR helpdesk for advice and consultation, employee handbooks, a web based on-boarding tool, HR software capabilities and employee benefit administration for a flat fee, per employee, per month.

Diane Ingrassia, Paypro’s HR & Benefits Service Manager, commented: “In a business world where potential compliance issues are more prevalent than ever, I am happy that Paypro is able to assist its clients by providing them with this crucial business solution.” She continued: “Recent studies indicate that 70% of employers are not in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and as such labor and employment matters are the number one area for litigation today. I believe it’s really important for organizations to ensure that they do everything in their power to protect themselves and to be ahead of the litigation curve. Paypro’s HR Management Solution strives to aide organizations in that process.”

Paypro’s HR Management Solution comes in addition to Paypro current offerings in payroll, HRIS software, time & attendance, workers’ compensation and employee benefits and retirement solutions.

About the Author

Kayla is the Marketing Manager at Paypro Corporation overseeing all inbound and outbound marketing and sales efforts. She has 7+ years of experience working within the B2B and SaaS based solutions space and thrives on creating messaging and campaigns that introduce products and services to those who need them most.


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