ICE had been using CheckPoint HR’s payroll and HR technology for two years when its existing broker presented the school with a 17% increase in health insurance, which would bring financial strain to the educational institution. Find out how the potential increase was flattened for consecutive years in this video case study.Watch the video →
KIPP Metro Atlanta faced a 24% increase at renewal time, which would have had tremendous negative financial impact on the non-profit organization. Find out how they worked with CheckPoint HR to control these costs.Read More →
Samson Electrical needed a full-service solution that could simplify processes, improve HR initiatives, maintain compliance, and reduce the excess administrative costs that happen when multiple providers have to be coordinated.
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A few years ago, ASL was faced with the challenge of balancing employer versus employee expenses in terms of health care costs. ASL also had a stand-alone HR system in place and was utilizing another company for its payroll processing. They believed that greater efficiencies could be achieved, but needed help in developing a strategy that would save costs without compromising benefits program quality.Learn More →
Cinedigm engaged CheckPoint HR to streamline human resources activities and optimize their HR spend. The company employs 170 people spread across numerous states from coast to coast, and finding an HR partner who could handle the geographic spread of its workforce was crucial.Learn More
In an effort to keep administration costs as low as possible, Mary Graycar, Director of HR, focused on existing HR systems and benefits plans to see where efficiencies might be gained. These systems had been in place for years, and any changes would need to be clearly cost justified.Learn More →
Homeless Solutions, a New Jerseybased nonprofit, provides shelter, services, and supportive housing to the homeless and working poor. Like all nonprofits, Homeless Solutions needs to make every donated dollar go as far as possible. That’s a tall order when increases in the cost of employee benefits and administration need to be met.Learn More →