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Success Story: Waolani Judd Nazarene School

Partners in payroll and human resources: Waolani Judd and simplicityHR

» Waolani Judd Nazarene School’s Finance Manager Sharon Santiago with Human Resource Specialist Kara Kashiwabara of simplicityHR.

Two years ago, Rachelle Wong was struggling to stay on top of the HR needs of her staff at Waolani Judd Nazarene School.

As principal, her top priority is always to support the mission of providing quality, Christian education. Yet challenges around key administrative functions like payroll, employee benefits and human resources kept demanding her time.

“I need to know that the needs of my staff are taken care of—their benefits, their pay,” she explains, recalling her frustration. “The company that we were using to service us was actually quite absent in our care.”

“After choosing simplicity HR, I don’t need to worry about that. I can focus on supporting our teachers, students and families knowing that those HR needs are well taken care of.”

For staffers at Waolani Judd, the switch to payroll outsourcing with simplicityHR was a huge productivity boost.

“Before I would take about a day-and-a-half, sometimes two days, to run payroll. That would happen every two weeks,” says Finance Manager Sharon Santiago.

Santiago has embraced simplicityHR services, including HR Symphony, a one-stop human resources information system, web portal, and mobile app.

“Now I can run payroll in about two hours. I have saved about 90% of my payroll processing time!” says Santiago, who uses the extra time to focus on finance-related responsibilities.

“The care that you receive from the friendly and competent staff at simplicityHR is second to none,” affirms Wong. “You will feel like you are truly their only customer.”

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