HR teams of sports organizations are facing uphill challenges in the modern day. The biggest challenges include the quick turnaround required for paying players and the fast and accurate payment of hundreds of event staff after game days.
The NFL’s Buffalo Bills are no different, which is why they are now using UKG Pro to streamline payroll and talent processes.
With UKG Pro, the Buffalo Bills HR team will:
Bridge also said that an additional 800 part-time staff are paid for work on game day, and Pro can handle the workload with no issue. Additionally, the organization is able to focus on recruiting and onboarding with Pro enabling the Bills to adjust to its complex payroll.
“We face an ongoing challenge related to the volume of our recruiting, and UKG Pro Recruiting is able to keep up with our needs. We can quickly and easily post positions on job sites, electronically capture and house candidate data and track interview status,” said Barb Evans, director of HR at the Buffalo Bills. “With the click of a button, we can send offer letters and new-hire documents and initiate background checks. All this data moves over to our core solution electronically, so payroll processing is automatic for the new employee.”
The comprehensive suite is going beyond traditional human capital management with innovative tools to deliver effective management of human capital transactions, and the Buffalo Bills are benefitting from it.
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