We are looking into using Paylocity for job posting, applicant tracking, onboarding, benefits, and payroll and potentially for their employee review module. Does anyone have experience with Paylocity--in general or more specifically relating to the modules listed above? Would be interested in hearing about your experience and and feedback you might have as we are considering the product.
I concur with Lindsay. We were using ADP and I had no issues. Our parent company switched us to Paylocity and I personally preferred ADP for 3 reasons in particular. The employee portal for Paylocity seems to be much more difficult for our employees to navigate in terms of setting up and also ADP had a much better report writer, most of the same reports we need in Paylocity we've had to pay for customization. Also Paylocity handles our per diem as a negative deduction, This is confusing to employees on their paystubs and if you are using Paylocity for certified payroll it convolutes the deductions and requires us to reenter the report in excel in order to correct it. ADP certified payroll is a separate system, requires a little more set up but seems to work better.
Obie Donaldson, CPA | Accounting Manager | C and C Power Line, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL, 32218 | www.ccpowerline.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
We implemented Paylocity two years ago for payroll and their partner Nexonia for expenses. We currently use Sage 100 as our ERP system. I had to build a process to translate their data into a journal entry, but that was expected because (as far as I know) most payroll systems don't directly integrate with construction ERPs. This year we engaged an HR consulting firm who has implemented the onboarding, applicant tracking, and benefits. We are about to move off Halogen and move onto Paylocity's performance management system.From a user standpoint our employees have enjoyed using Paylocity, especially our field guys who use their phone app to enter their time. We now have audit trail approvals and better PTO tracking than we used to have in our manual in house method. The Nexonia integration of corporate CC and personal out of pocket expenses was also a big win for our company. From that system we can push the data into Paylocity for reimbursement on their paycheck.Feel free to give me a call if you'd like to chat about our experience.
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