Case Study: Jasper County Schools
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Before 2015, all payroll processes were still managed on paper. Thanks to some process improvements, payroll cycles took an average of four days, down from a high of 10 days. However, this was still not a sufficient solution. Employees who were meant to be focusing on other areas, such as executive administration and bookkeeping, were instead spending hours on manual tracking and summarization. Employees also needed to resolve all timecard discrepancies individually, requiring more unnecessary employee time spent on payroll tasks, leaving cash-strapped districts with fewer resources to focus on their primary mission: serving students and their families.
Gary Jenkins, Payroll & Personnel Officer for Jasper County Board of Education, knew the organization needed a better solution. He sought out a school workforce management system to help automate this process for the Jasper County Board of Education.
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