Popular HCM provider Paycor is introducing an integration with Web Benefits Design that will align their payroll partner network and solution suite, with the latter company’s benefits administration platform. This effectively creates a seamless human resource workflow that combines employee data, attendance and time tracking, with reporting, payroll, and employee benefits.

Rick Chouteau, SVP at Paycor, spoke about the company’s mission to help HR professionals make a difference in business outcomes: “Web Benefits Design shares our deep commitment to client success, and together we provide an even easier, more secure way to access HR information, saving valuable time, streamlining processes, and empowering HR leaders to manage labor more strategically.

Web Benefits Design offers benefits, workplace communication, and varied admin tools to clients across the country. The company is the newest addition to Paycor’s growing list of integration partners.

The move comes as part of the conversation on holistic employee experiences that’s sweeping across the HR landscape.

With the rise of tech adoption in HR, employers, workers, and team leads depend on several platforms to aid daily processes. But these are often fragmented, arranged as disparate silos. What’s need is a unified matrix to bring essential technologies under one platform.

Chief Sales Officer at Web Benefits Design, Steve Herman, believes a one-stop-solution that streamlines all HR functions is critical today: “The challenging dynamic is to find a single system that’s proficient at handling the myriad of details associated with each respective role — payroll, time and attendance, applicant tracking, and benefits. Delivering on the increasing requirement for best-in-class applications, we are pleased to partner with Paycor to support the HR professional through a fully integrated suite of tools that keeps pace with the ever-changing needs of their industry.”

News Source: https://www.hrtechnologist.com/news/benefits-administration/paycor-and-web-benefits-design-join-forces-to-make-unified-hr-a-reality/