We take the Human Resources Administrative burden and control costs with our Variable Cost Model. For nearly a quarter century we have been helping our clients remove the burden of the tedious administrative duties so they can focus on more strategic HR initiatives. We can scale up or down in any economy up or down with increased services. With clients in 48 states and 6 countries, Corban OneSource is the Human Resource Business Partner for companies that have between 75 and 6,000 employees. Each solution is customized and consists of 3 separate or combined functions in any combination: (1) Payroll Admin. and Reconciliation. (2) Benefits Administration Management (3) HR Administration Outsourcing Mgmt.
We use best practices across all areas of HR to make for a better overall employee experience which means increased profitability and reduced risk. CEO featured here: https://www.shrm.org/hr-today/news/hr-news/Pages/PPP-Loan-Disrupts-Tip-Sharing-for-Restaurants-and-Bars-.aspx
Corban OneSource provide a full service online solution to help you manage your payroll, administer your benefits, handle compliance — all depending on what your company needs. --Focus on strategic initiatives that impact your entire organization --Control your HR outsourcing costs and know... Read More
Flexible benefits administration — without the stress --Reconciling all carrier bills to ensure proper billing and eliminate lost profits --Managing eligibility and ACA for maximum compliance --Handling open and ongoing enrollment with dedicated number for employee assistance --A dedicated team... Read More
Scalable payroll administration for business with 100+ employees. Worry-free payroll. Powerful technology and certified experts to simplify processing. Advanced customer support. Increase efficiency and make your people happy. Employee support center. A dedicated U.S. based number just for... Read More
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