New HR software launch focuses on entire employee lifecycle

Canadian company BOSSC Inc. is launching a new version of its human resources management software, which aims to help employers manage employees from recruitment to off-boarding.

The new version includes location capability, integration with Fitbits and other features that appeal to all ages and levels of an organization’s workforce, according to a press release. The software also aims to help employers become paperless, as it images wet signatures and allows employees to fill out forms electronically and send information digitally.

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“These types of transactions have become standard practice in other industries; now they’re available in this market space,” said Justin Tuitt-Campbell, founder of BOSSC, in the release.

According to the company, the software can also be used by insurance brokers, carriers and third-party administrators to stay current and navigate disruption in their industry.

“The digital revolution is changing traditional relationships between the carriers, brokers and third-party administrators, and reshaping the way the industry operates,” said Tuitt-Campbell. “We’re pleased to offer a solution to help them navigate the changing landscape at the same time as they satisfy their clients, increase efficiencies and expand their service offerings.”

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