Mission: Since 1997, Paylocity's mission has been to elevate the profession of Payroll and Human Resources across the backroom and into the boardroom – where it belongs.
I have been working at Paylocity full-time
Highly values employee input & feedback. For those who are invested, enjoy being challenged and want to have an impact, this is the place for you. Great schedules (9 to 6). Casual and comfortable work environment. Co-workers who care about what they do and want to help each other. Strong, caring leaders. A variety of recognition.
Lots of change and fast pace which can be difficult for some. Payroll can also be stressful so if you struggle with responsibility or problem solving, this may not be the place for you.
Advice to Management
Continue to be patient and give employees the time to grow, learn from mistakes and create solutions together.
I applied online. I interviewed at Paylocity.
This was one of the weirdest interview experiences I've ever had. The recruiter was an overly confident twenty-something, and that set the tone for much of the interview. I am not kidding when I say he took up a solid five minutes discussing his work history and achievements. Every recruiter says a little something about him/herself, but this was the first recruiter I've encountered who began an interview by droning on and on about his "achievements" at other companies. It was an unsettling way to start an interview to say the least. I ultimately didn't make it past the phone screen, which I attribute to my lack of preparation for the interview. Still, it was a bizarre experience.
Paylocity is proud to be recognized by Best & Brightest as a 2017 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for!
We had a great time at the Glassdoor Best Places to work Roadshow in D.C. last week. Looking forward to Boston on March 23!