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Accurate. Timely. Confidential. Friendly.

There’s no room for error in payroll and benefits management – a daunting reality when outsourcing to a third party.

But myHR Partner isn’t just any third party. We have a track record of excellence dating back to 2002, providing payroll and benefits management services that are confidential, accurate, and on time, every time.

myHR Partner works with your current payroll provider (or help you find one, if needed) as we handle some or all of the following:

  • Entering weekly/biweekly/monthly payroll
  • Managing timesheets/time clocks and overtime pay
  • Managing commissions, bonuses, and additional pay
  • Managing paid time off
  • Administering payroll changes (adding new employees, terminating employees, and adjusting records)
  • Running general and financial reports
  • Communicating with employees regarding pay issues
  • Monitoring the performance of your current payroll vendor
  • Managing employee deductions
  • Supporting year-end compliance
  • Sourcing new payroll vendors or auditing existing ones
  • Any additional special needs or exceptions

Stop stressing over payroll and benefits administration. Call us instead.

Still have questions? Mary Novak, Manager of Payroll Services, answers frequently asked questions about outsourced payroll administration:

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Put your benefits to work

Your benefits program is a powerful piece of your business. Done well, it could help you hire your next great employee. Done poorly, it could hurt morale and even leave you vulnerable to compliance risks.

We’ll work with your current benefits carriers, brokers, agencies and consultants to handle everything, including:

  • Managing general benefits administration (enrollments, terminations, life events, etc.)
  • Managing 401(k) /retirement plans
  • Administering COBRA
  • Running reports
  • Helping employees with benefit questions or issues
  • Monitoring current vendor performance or sourcing new ones
  • Creating employee benefit communications (benefits summaries, announcements, etc.)
  • Ensuring compliance with benefit regulations
  • Implementing new benefit programs
  • Staying on top of benefits trends
  • Managing open enrollment
  • Reconciling and reviewing invoices

Ready to get benefits management off your desk? Start now.