Convenient, reliable, secure, efficient and flexible.
Payroll processing data integrates seamlessly with our HRIS and time and attendance

IES offers small or large businesses the comprehensive services of a national payroll provider, without the high out of pocket cost. Our program helps you easily manage employee information and simplify your entire HR payroll process from processing to payday.

Because no two businesses are exactly alike, we offer a variety of submission and management options to match your business needs and management style.

You can submit data directly to your Payroll Specialist by phone or fax. Or submit and manage your employee information via integrated HR Payroll Online platform single data base…24/7 access

When you sign up with IES, we’ll send you a complete HR payroll package each pay period. Inside, you’ll find processed payroll checks with essential management reports and supplies or take the green approach via the web, including:

  • Employee earnings statements.
  • Payroll Journal.
  • Current, MTD, QTD and YTD department summaries.
  • A notice of cash needed to cover payroll expenses and tax liabilities.
  • Timely and accurate notifications of tax liabilities and deposits.
  • Payroll worksheets to record your next payroll.
  • Direct deposit employees may split their pay into as many as four different bank accounts. For deposit confirmation, employees receive our direct deposit voucher that includes the same easy to read information as on our check stubs. It even shows how their money is split if multiple accounts are used.
  • Remove lost or stolen check incidents
  • Multiple account allocation
  • Easy-to-read vouchers with earnings and deduction statement
  • No more bank holiday or vacation disruptions
  • So no more long bank lines, “mad dashes” to deposit checks, possibly at your expense, lost or stolen checks, or high check cashing fees.
  • Sign up for Direct Deposit today and make your payday a better day!

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