Fuse Workforce Management Review

By Chad BrooksLast Modified: March 14, 2018

Fuse Workforce Management isn't a traditional online payroll service. This is a human capital management platform that ties together payroll, time and attendance, and human resources management. While other providers offer all of these options, they allow you to pick and choose the services you want. With Fuse Workforce Management, you pay one monthly fee for all of the services. The payroll system includes full payroll processing and payroll tax management. Fuse Workforce Management is only available for businesses with at least 50 employees.

Pricing

You pay one flat fee for all of Fuse Workforce Management's services. We were not provided with estimated pricing.    

Fuse Workforce Management
Fuse Workforce Management
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The Verdict
Fuse Workforce Management is a good option for businesses with at least 50 employees that want more of a human capital management system than a stand-alone payroll service.
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Services and Features

Fuse Workforce Management offers a full-service payroll platform.   

  • The online system is cloud-based and accessible from anywhere. All you need is a web browser or mobile device. 
  • The payroll module handles all payroll processing. It shows real-time calculations, offers versatile pay rules that account for regular and overtime hours, and provides notifications and alerts when employees are nearing overtime. The payroll module also shows you a paycheck analysis report before payroll is processed, so you can ensure your payroll is 100 percent correct.
  • You can pay employees via direct deposit, printed check or prepaid debit card.
  • The payroll module handles all payroll tax obligations. It calculates, files, and pays local, state, and federal taxes on your behalf.         
  • Employees can log in to the platform to see their pay history and paystubs. They can also use the employee self-service to see their paid time off accruals and schedules.  

In addition to payroll processing, the Fuse Workforce Management platform includes a number of other services:

  • The time and attendance module tracks the hours employees work and allows managers to approve timesheets. It also includes accrual and absence management to monitor how much paid time off employees have and use.
  • With the HR core services module, employers can store all employee data in one location; streamline applicant tracking, screening, selection and onboarding; set up benefit plans and open enrollment; and automate performance reviews.
  • Employers can manually or automatically build schedules.  
  • The system can also be expanded to include Affordable Care Act compliance, travel and expense report management, background checks, employment eligibility verification, salary reports, recruitment solutions, benefits carrier integration and COBRA administration.  

Drawbacks

Fuse Workforce Management only serves businesses with at least 50 employees. Small businesses in search of these services will have to find another provider.  

Another potential negative is that this is an all-or-none platform. For example, you can't only use the payroll module. If you want Fuse Workforce Management to handle your payroll, you will also need to pay for the time and attendance and HR modules.    

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Fuse Workforce Management
Fuse Workforce Management
Best Online Payroll Services
The Verdict
Fuse Workforce Management is a good option for businesses with at least 50 employees that want more of a human capital management system than a stand-alone payroll service.
Compare Quotes
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Chad Brooks
Chad Brooks is a Chicago-based writer with more than 15 years in media. A 1998 journalism graduate of Indiana University, Chad began his career with Business News Daily in 2011 as a freelance writer. In 2014, he joined the staff full time as a senior writer. Before Business News Daily, Chad spent nearly a decade as a staff reporter for the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago, covering a wide array of topics including local and state government, crime, the legal system and education. Chad has also worked on the other side of the media industry, promoting small businesses throughout the United States for two years in a public relations role. His first book, How to Start a Home-Based App Development Business, was published in 2014. He lives with his wife and daughter in the Chicago suburbs.

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