Automated New Hire Employee Onboarding and WOTC Screening is Now Available for Payroll Service Providers and Human Resource Service Organizations

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The Power of Efficient Hire’s Automated Employee Onboarding and WOTC Screening changes the competitive landscape of Payroll Service Providers and Human Resource Service Organizations

Efficient Hire for Payroll and HR Service Organizations

The Efficient Hire automated onboarding service definitely gives us a competitive advantage

Efficient Forms, LLC has announced the release of Efficient Hire for Payroll/HR Service Organizations. This new feature-rich Efficient Hire solution pulls from Efficient Forms’ experience and knowledge of automating employee onboarding for thousands of restaurants, staffing firms, PEOs, and other companies with its custom service.

This Efficient Hire solution now allows companies providing payroll and human capital management services to quickly launch automated employee onboarding services to offer to their customers. Efficient Hire remains behind the scenes allowing service bureaus to white label and quickly configure this solution for their distinct needs. Specifically, Efficient Hire allows for real-time integration of the Efficient Hire onboarding service with the service provider’s payroll system. This provides a seamless experience for the customer, from the completion of all required new hire forms to the feeding of new hire payroll information into the payroll service. Efficient Hire automates the entire process.

Much like automated tax preparation software, Efficient Hire’s intuitive online interview asks newly hired employees a few simple questions to determine form requirements. Then the Efficient Hire solution goes a step beyond, guiding new hires step-by-step through the entire process. Efficient Hire accurately completes standard new hire paperwork, including W-4, I-9, WOTC (8850 and 9061), state-required forms, employee information, emergency contact, and direct deposit, among others.

Efficient Hire also allows an HR service organization’s customer to have their specific terms and conditions and other attestation documents become a part of the electronically signed new hire package. Efficient Hire implementation and configuration can be completed quickly and allows for each service bureau to set up, configure and manage its own customers through an easy to use Customer Setup Wizard that asks all the relevant questions required to best utilize Efficient Hire. Set up of a customer can be completed by a service bureau in a matter of minutes.    

"We provide Payroll and HR Services to our customers. We have been utilizing Efficient Hire for quite a while now, and it is simply amazing. Efficient Hire eliminates the tedious paperwork of the employee onboarding process. A new hire employee simply answers questions online and all of their paperwork is accurately completed, including I-9, W4, all the state forms, among others, and all required data is fed into our payroll system. Our customers have access to their employees’ forms and information 24/7. The Efficient Hire automated onboarding service definitely gives us a competitive advantage in the market. When a potential customer sees our company branded automated new hire onboarding features (that Efficient Hire affords us), they are impressed and it gives us instant credibility." – Joseph Collins, President/CEO, Employee Liability Management

In the competitive Human Resource Management Services market, dominated by several large entities, Efficient Hire goes beyond leveling the playing field by allowing all service bureaus to add automated employee onboarding functionality. This functionality has been promised by the large entities for many years, but to date has never become an affordable standard feature offered to their customers. Efficient Hire will allow service bureaus to not only earn more customers, but also to retain customers indefinitely as the Efficient Hire features become an integral human resource necessity for every customer.    

The Efficient Hire offering can help service bureaus grow and maintain their business, but also will help increase their revenue and value to their customers by providing the unique WOTC (Work Opportunity Tax Credit) screening feature. The Efficient Hire optional WOTC screening feature allows all of a service bureau’s customers (even small companies) to finally take advantage of the large federal tax credits available through the WOTC program. Finding even one eligible employee can mean thousands of dollars for a customer, offsetting service expenses. Efficient Hire completes the required forms 8850 and 9061 for only eligible employees and instructs the company on easy to follow, required procedures to receive the credits. With Efficient Hire there is no need for customers to pay an expensive tax credit processor.

“We initially built Efficient Hire to accommodate the specific needs of staffing firms, PEOs and ASO groups, but we have learned that small-, mid-, and large-sized payroll companies and human capital management service organizations also can benefit greatly by using Efficient Hire. Efficient Hire not only affordably and completely automates the new hire onboarding process for our HR services customers, but it also allows them to better compete, win, and retain business. I love the fact that Efficient Hire allows our customers to easily take advantage of WOTC as well.” David Kenney, CEO, Efficient Forms, LLC


About Efficient Forms and Efficient Hire:
Founded in 2004, Efficient Forms, LLC is a privately-held Colorado company who specializes in automated electronic solutions for dynamic and cost-effective forms completion, data collection and process workflow. Their Transaction Origination Platform powers the company's various industry leading SaaS services by allowing its customers to capture data for multiple forms by using an online one-time-entry "interview." Its market leading solutions Efficient Hire and Efficient WOTC automate the new hire onboarding process for all types of employers.

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