Launching a business in 2022 looks a lot different than it did even five years ago. Technology has accelerated and automated business procedures that were once tedious and time-consuming; that in turn allows teams to run with fewer employees than they used to require.FS blog 375x300.png

If you're going to compete in today's market, you'll want to automate as much as possible.

As a company that regularly works with businesses looking to update old, inefficient systems, we strongly advise starting your business with the right ones. After all, it's much more difficult to transition processes once your business has been open for years. 

Feeling intimidated by all the tech talk? Don't worry, we've developed a list of tech suggestions for new businesses making their debut in 2022:

1.  Automated HR

Hiring is usually the first hurdle for any new business, and chances are you're not starting with a full HR team at your disposal. Our automated HR software can make that turbulent first year go a bit smoother.

This robust and easy-to-navigate system helps you track application statuses, benefits, and onboarding paperwork. Employers and employees alike can track and access essential documents like insurance information and W2s any time, from anywhere. 

2. Automated Payroll

New business owners often insist on doing payroll manually as a way to keep costs low, and frankly, because it's such an important part of the business. We've heard this story before, and while the business owner often believes they're doing OK with it, the result is often frustration, disorganization, and lost company time. 

Why spend hours each pay period calculating time by hand when it can be done accurately and automatically? Our payroll clients end up saving money when they no longer have to dedicate so much time to this burdensome task. We'll process your payroll and provide paystubs to employees through personalized portals, so you can focus on bigger challenges.

3. Automated Timekeeping & Scheduling

A manager or owner can easily spend a good portion of their day scheduling employees and trying to plan meetings. Trying to organize shifts can be messy and scheduling mistakes can result in painful consequences for your new business. You don't have as much customer goodwill built up, so scheduling snafus can really hurt your reputation.

If you automate your timekeeping and scheduling, you can easily see who can work and when. Marked-up wall calendars are a thing of the past. You can also view and fill vacancies as well as alert your employees when you make a change. 

Needing the basics for starting up a business? Check out this blog, which goes over all the nitty-gritty details. If you have questions about any of the services listed, we'd be happy to answer them and help you get set up, just reach out!


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