Overall Satisfaction with Paychex Flex
The firm I work for uses Paychex Flex for all the payroll needs of the employees. It is our primary software we use to run payroll for the firm. This software is one of the larger companies in its industry, and they do a great job at handling the day-to-day payroll needs.
I think Paychex Flex is slightly better than ADP. Paychex Flex and ADP create the same needed reports and have a lot of the same functions; however, Paychex Flex is more visually pleasing. Paychex Flex uses a tile format and is easy to get into different categories such as 401k, time off, pay stub, and reports with a click of a button. ADP seems more clunky and stuck in the past.
Paychex Flex does everything my company needs it to do, and the employees love how visually pleasing it is. It is easy to see your last pay stubs, how much paid time off they have, and other frequently used items. Payroll can be a confusing part of your company to understand, but Paychex Flex seems to make it easier to follow.
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The Paychex Flex software is very easy to use. They have a tile format dashboard that allows you to get into every aspect of payroll with ease. Employees can easily enter their time each day with both standard and military time. Time entry can also be put on the employees to enter and have manager approval.
Paychex Flex is a great software that can handle most general payroll needs. They are one of the larger companies in their field and with that comes more resources and better customer service. They are a great all-around general payroll processing company. The only reason I would see not using them is if you are in a niche industry that needs specific payroll needs like a restaurant with tip tracking or construction business and need job tracking.