Introducing our integration with Paylocity
We're excited to share that Paylocity has joined our suite of fully integrated payroll partners. Paylocity is a leading provider of cloud-based HR and payroll software solutions. Its intuitive product suite helps businesses tackle today’s challenges while accompanying them toward the promise of tomorrow. An industry leader that believes people matter most, Paylocity delivers personalized service with its cutting-edge technology.
Here's how our Paylocity integration could benefit your business:
The integration automatically transfers information from Paylocity to Guideline, eliminating the need to manage employee enrollment. Integrating your payroll directly with your retirement benefit can help prevent unnecessary errors and remove most administrative burdens. This frees up your time to focus on what matters most — growing your business and caring for your employees.
Onboarding with Guideline is simple and straightforward. When employees become eligible, we'll notify and enroll them on your behalf, providing full support along the way.
Higher 401(k) plan participation
Integrated payroll with Guideline offers more than just convenience. Our data shows employees are more likely to save for retirement when payroll is integrated.¹
Among Guideline plans, 92 percent are integrated with a payroll provider, and those plans have an average participation rate of 86.99 percent, which surpasses the participation rate of non-integrated plans.²
We're proud to welcome Paylocity alongside partners like Gusto, QuickBooks, ADP Workforce Now, Square Payroll, Zenefits, Rippling, and OnPay, which are all supporting our mission to provide a path to retirement for all.
¹ This content is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be construed as tax advice. You should consult a tax professional to determine the best tax advantaged retirement plan for you.
² Data from employer-sponsored 401(k) plans that were Guideline clients as of March 29th, 2023. Participation rate is defined as the fraction of employees having access to plans that participate in them.