Caught in a Sea of Inefficiencies

Challenge American Seafood Group needed to expand the strategic contributions of the HR team and reduce the time HR and employees devoted to administrative functions such as employee paperwork, compliance and crew orientation. How CartaHR Closed the Gap Each year

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Refreshing Outdated HR Methods

A Challenge of Scale Pathmark Stores, Inc. (NASDAQ: PTMK) operates 143 supermarkets, primarily in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Pathmark was using one human resources department to handle records management, storage, and retrieval for 143 supermarkets. That same

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Digitizing Employee Documents to Free Up Real Estate and HR Time

With over 4,000 locations and more than 24,000 employees in the U.S. alone, this retailer of professional beauty supplies experiences a significant volume of HR document and compliance requirements for its rapidly changing workforce. Find out how Access helped them...

Centralized HR Document Management Leads to Better Compliance Control

This American supermarket chain expanded quickly, and managing HR files across an increasingly spread-out footprint became more time-consuming and difficult. Learn how Access helped their HR reps become more efficient in this case study.

Protecting Privacy and Saving Time with HR Document Management

With more than 7,000 employees and over 30 locations across multiple counties, Summa Health is one of the largest integrated healthcare delivery systems in Ohio. Learn how Access helped with managing their wide-reaching HR file management needs in this case...

Laboring Under Inefficiencies

The United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 1262 is New Jersey’s largest local labor union, representing more than 32,000 supermarkets, retail and other employees in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.