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Minimize your misclassification and co-employment risks with a contractor payrolling program that has been designed to manage your risk, improve your processes and save you money.
Ensuring that you have a contractor properly classified is the most important part of the contractor payrolling process. Have confidence that your contractor risk has been properly managed through Procom’s contractor classification process, known as VERIFICATION.
Whether you are concerned with creating a standardized process to manage the onboarding of your pre-identified contractors specifically or the overall process in general, find out how Procom can provide you with a proven process that has been refined over tens of thousands of contractor onboardings and supported by subject matter experts in the contingent workforce.
We’re committed to a high level of customer service in our service delivery model and it starts with your own dedicated support team to personally manage your pre-identified workers. In addition to the experience of the Procom team, your program will be supported by a sophisticated and user friendly digital onboarding platform called Procom Express™. Finally, you need to measure your stakeholder satisfaction levels with performance feedback surveying utilizing Net Promoter Score (NPS) tools.
It sounds aggressive; however, it’s not. One of the biggest challenges with pre-identified workers is that their rates are not being negotiated to market rates and the other is that you may be paying more in fees than you should. Achieve rate compliance using Procom’s proven rate negotiation methodology to drive savings without disruption. For programs in the United States, let us help you drive optimal savings with our transparent W2 fee model that provides Procom’s W2 Calculator, detailed W2 reporting, and rebates on Contract Worker government burden costs, ensuring you get the benefit (not the Payroller) when Contract Workers reach burden thresholds (i.e. FICA, FUTA, etc.).
Whether you are looking to implement your program’s first contractor payrolling program or you are looking to improve upon your existing program, we are here to help.
Connect with one of our contractor payrolling experts with any questions you have. We are always happy to share our insights and the best part is that there is no obligation on your part.
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