Workers Comp Pay As You Go
On our first day of business, V Consulting Corporation had 3 employees working in two states on a government contract and there was no time for a learning curve and no room for errors. After contacting several payroll processing and human resource service providers, the conversation we had with the AmCheck representative was a dramatic contrast. Instead of sales agents who were eager to sell us services we did not require and quick to intimidate us with labor policies that didn't apply to our company we experienced an AmCheck representative who calmly walked us through the minimum requirements and pointed out what was NOT required of our very small business. Instead of bullying us and misrepresenting state labor laws, he offered us the information we needed to make critical decisions as well as an array of resources available to support us. AmCheck has been an invaluable team member. We have been able to add a third state in which we do business with little effort and a great deal of support. Ultimately the AmCheck payroll team has given us the freedom to focus on taking care of our employees and customers without being bogged down with a complex administrative process that has been compounded by having employees working in 3 states. - Lorraine C
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