SynchronyHR Partners With UKG For Time & Attendance Solutions
SynchronyHR, a human resources outsourcing (HRO) firm headquartered in St. Louis, MO and serving clients across the country, has recently partnered with UKG®, a leading provider of workforce management solutions, to provide current and future clients with UKG's time and attendance solutions.
The time and attendance tools, including cloud-based punch and time card services, will be made a part of SynchronyHR's Integrated Technology Offering. This service category consists of payroll, benefits, and HR tools available to SynchronyHR clients. The addition of UKG's time and attendance offering is the latest in SynchronyHR's growth strategy, which will ensure their clients continue to see improved technology offerings and additional benefits and perks.
“As an HR outsourcing partner, SynchronyHR is a one-stop shop for leading HR technology. We are always looking for the latest and greatest solutions to bring to our clients," said Leo Golowinski, Director of Payroll, Implementation, and Client Technology. “We are extremely confident in UKG's time and attendance product and believe the tools will position us to add client functionality that enhances both our core offerings and our end user’s experiences. In addition, we will be able to offer efficiencies to our clients by automating state and local compliance requirements related to timekeeping."
UKG is a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people. Born from a merger that created one of the world’s leading human capital management (HCM) cloud companies, UKG helps 80,000+ organizations across every industry anticipate and adapt to their employees’ needs. Their time and attendance offering maximizes productivity for business owners, helping with routine tasks such as automating time collection, approving and running timesheets, responding to time-off requests, and correcting exceptions using cutting-edge and highly robust reporting capabilities. The integrated tools will also help minimize compliance risk by automating state-specific rules surrounding the calculation of hours, overtime, and holidays.