September 28, 2021
In my role at Paychex, I am responsible for a variety of payment-focused products, from direct deposit (which includes Same-Day ACH and real-time payments) to wage garnishment to pay-on-demand and tip cards. It’s safe to say that I spend a fair amount of time focused on payments, so it’s a good thing that it’s an area that I’m passionate about.
September 22, 2021
Paychex, Inc., a leading provider of integrated human capital management (HCM) software solutions for human resources, payroll, benefits, and insurance services, has announced new enhancements designed to help employers hire and keep top talent in an ever-changing business climate, improve efficiency through automation, and provide access to HR information whenever and wherever is most convenient to them and their employees.
September 21, 2021
New research from Paychex, Inc. reveals employee loyalty is at risk among younger generations, with one in three Gen-Z and Millennial workers actively looking for a new job, as employers experience what has been termed "The Great Resignation."
September 14, 2021
Paychex, Inc., the human capital management (HCM) software and services company that provides the power of simplicity for increasingly complex workplaces, has once again earned recognition as a “Top HR Product of the Year” in the Core HR category by Human Resource Executive magazine and the HR Technology Conference & Exposition. Paychex earned the recognition for its new Paychex Pre-Check solution, which gives employees the opportunity to confirm paycheck accuracy before payday and introduces more automation into the payroll cycle for employers.
September 13, 2021
It’s 10:04 p.m. My wife and younger children are fast asleep, while the rest of the house is a chorus of muffled teenage voices playing games online in their rooms. My Rhodesian ridgeback is snoring loudly on the floor next to me, and the hum of my MacBook fan fills the air. My mind races on the eve of my longest-tenured product manager’s last day with Paychex. The thoughts pouring through my head are not of what’s next, but of how we got here.