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Improve service, manage compliance and automate HR & payroll processes

Posted by Conrad M - Sep 19 2019

Are your human resources (HR) and payroll (PR) processes plagued with overwhelming amounts of paper, little visibility and extensive manual work? Trying to figure out how to manage the growing number of acknowledgements you need from your employees? 

MHC Software solutions optimize human capital management (HCM) processes to improve efficiency, visibility, accessibility and meet compliance goals.

By using flexible content creation, imaging and self-service solutions, MHC can help your organization automate and streamline your processes. View this 40-minute video to learn how to eliminate burdensome and expensive HR and payroll work.

During this recorded webinar, we will:

  • Review how customers have leveraged flexible content creation, imaging and self-service solutions to streamline processes and meet compliance objectives

  • Demonstrate the simplicity and power of self-service access to personalized documents and online web form submissions processed and validated via automated workflows

  • Show the employee and administrative views of our self-service solutions, including electronic delivery of tax documents, payroll documents, personalized employee documents, wage theft notices, employee agreements and more

  • Demonstrate how to manage both active and inactive employee access

Click here to view the video!

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