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  • Paychex Flex® Earns HR Executive's Top HR Product Award

    ROCHESTER, N.Y.Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Paychex, Inc., a leading provider of HR, payroll, benefits, and insurance solutions, has earned recognition as a "Top HR Product of the Year" by Human Resource Executive magazine and the HR Technology Conference & Exposition for the remote workforce enablement solutions included in its cloud-based SaaS platform, Paychex Flex®. The award, which spotlights groundbreaking innovations driving the HR technology market, will be presented as part of the annual HR Technology Conference, which is taking place virtually October 27-30, 2020.  


    Paychex has earned recognition as a “Top HR Product of the Year” by Human Resource Executive magazine and the HR Technology Conference & Exposition for the remote workforce enablement solutions included in its cloud-based SaaS platform, Paychex Flex®
    Paychex has earned recognition as a “Top HR Product of the Year” by Human Resource Executive magazine and the HR Technology Conference & Exposition for the remote workforce enablement solutions included in its cloud-based SaaS platform, Paychex Flex®


    "While HR technology has been enabling productivity and driving better business outcomes in organizations for many years, the pandemic has reinforced the critical role tech must play in facilitating workforce productivity, employee engagement, and compliance for businesses of all shapes and sizes," said Tom Hammond, Paychex VP of corporate strategy and product management. "We're honored by this recognition from HR Executive and the HR Tech Conference. As the HR landscape continues to quickly evolve, we're confident the solutions we develop will help organizations embrace and adapt to the future of work, which has only been accelerated by COVID-19."


    Paychex has taken a leadership role in helping businesses navigate the COVID-19 pandemic with its comprehensive COVID-19 Help Center, its extensive and ongoing training for HR professionals, and the product strategy and technology investments its made to address pandemic-related challenges, including cashflow disruption, remote workforce productivity, onsite employee health and safety, and new compliance requirements.

    To read more and register for the free HR Tech Conference event