Omni Hotels & Resorts owns 60 convention and resort destinations in North America and Canada. Omni uses third-party HR software to process payroll and administer benefits for its 20,000 employees (16,000 of whom are full-time). At each property, an HR director, an HR manager, and occasionally a hiring coordinator serve as an HR resource for employees.
When industrial boiler manufacturer Cleaver-Brooks lost their only payroll employee, they needed help and fast. With 700 U.S. employees, six U.S. locations, and two payroll cycles (weekly and biweekly), Cleaver-Brooks did not have time to waste.
For 15 years, Aéropostale HRIS Manager Samantha Rowe enjoyed seamless HR and payroll services with a leading solutions provider. As successful as Aéropostale's experience had been, however, Rowe noticed that as Aéropostale grew, some further consolidation was required.
A leading provider of post-secondary education for adult students sought to improve internal communications and add structure to the performance review process.
Kenco Management Services, LLC had already installed a new core HR solution. The next step was to roll out additional functionality, including Open Enrollment and Performance Management.
IWCO Direct decided to create Total Compensation Statements (TCS) for the exempt portion of its employees.
Cindy Cichosz met Bill Snyder, President, Founder and CEO of ihouse, in the late 1990’s. Their professional paths intersected over the years, primarily through the APA.
Allied Business Products hired ihouse to produce Total Compensation Statements (TCS) for 3,500 employees. Thrilled with the TCS results and the working relationship, Allied turned to ihouse for its needed expertise on a data conversion project.
AREVA Inc. decided to distribute Total Compensation Statements to its 4,500 full-time employees in the United States. The CEO set an aggressive goal for implementation.
Year after year, Delta Dental of New Jersey’s HR department was overwhelmed by the task of producing Total Compensation Statements in-house for their 300 unionized employees.
For ten years, Scoular had been producing Total Compensation Statements for their 550 employees. Their HR team compiled all the data and they used an outside vendor to produce the reports.