Human Resources Solutions
To move your business forward, sometimes you need a little help. Axiom Human Resource Solutions is here to help ease the burden of employee management with the Human Resource solutions you need to free up time for strategic initiatives.
We partner with you to understand where you stand and where you want to go in your business. Our team will analyze your company’s HR practices, systems, goals and management strategies to implement payroll, time and labor, risk management and benefits administration tools that put employees first while providing the Human Resources support you need.
Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)
Axiom Human Resource Solutions are powered by UKG/Kronos.
With Axiom Human Resource Solutions and UKG Ready™ (Workforce Ready Suite), you have one powerful solution for time, attendance and scheduling, as well as payroll, benefits administration, and HR management. Wherever you are in your business maturity, we provide a scalable, people-first and unified Human Resource solution to move you forward.
Human Resource Outsourcing Services
You should have the time for strategic initiatives.
We know what it takes to help your business attract and retain exceptional employees. Our HR experts can help you as much as you’d like in relieving the burden of meeting your needs for day-to-day tactical support, and provide consultation or strategic planning in all areas of HR.
Employee Benefits Management
Retain top talent with competitive total rewards.
Our employee benefits services enable any business to offer employees first-rate healthcare and 401(k) retirement plans. We help you design a tailored benefits package that suits your company’s and your employees’ needs. After delivering that program to your employees, we will keep it running smoothly.
Compliance and Risk Management
Compliance and employee safety are business critical.
Don’t take chances with compliance. Entrust your risk management, OSHA compliance, certifications and training to Axiom Human Resource Solutions. It’s our mission to keep track of and inform you about the regulations and procedures necessary to keep you and your employees safe and your business free from liability.
Considering a new HCM platform?
We’ll help you put your people first by providing a single digital solution to manage the entire employee journey — giving you the power to drive engagement with HR management, benefits, payroll and timekeeping resources that deliver a personalized experience.
Are You Staying Compliant with Your Remote Workforce?
Electronic notices do not replace physical posting requirements in traditional worksites. An employer must still display physically posted copies of mandatory labor law notices in a location that is accessible to all employees that frequent their physical workplace, even if they are working remotely.
To assist our clients, we are making this important service available at no cost for 90 days! The ePoster Service does all the work so you can focus on the tasks that matters most.
Staying compliant can be difficult and tedious. Consider a couple high-risk scenarios:
- An employee that normally works from your physical workplace begins working from home, but home is in a different city, county or even state and has different labor law requirements.
- New federal and state labor law updates are released for Earned Sick Time and FMLA regulations (based on COVID-19), but your workforce is not onsite to access them in the breakroom.
- There is a remote employee dispute or lawsuit stemming from Paid Leave, Gender Equity, Minimum Wage, etc. and the remote employee did not have access to the applicable labor law notice(s).
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