Grand Rapids, MI -- Dominion Systems, a Grand Rapids-based software company, recently launched a soft rebrand campaign. In addition to a minor face-lift to the UI/UX of their website, Dominion has adapted a new logo that adds a more sleek and modern feel to their site that they feel aligns with their brand.
Dominion Systems, a cloud-based payroll and HR software company, has developed a mobile app for iPhone and Android users. Dominion Mobile allows employees to punch in and out, review their pay stubs, and submit time off requests. With the addition of a mobile app, supervisors and employees can conduct HR tasks from the freedom of a smartphone.
Dominion Systems, a cloud-based payroll and HR software company, has developed a new addition to their suite of HR software features: Performance Reviews.
Grand Rapids, MI -- Dominion Systems, a Grand Rapids-based software company, has recently created a partnership with Verified First, the premier pre-employment screening provider that brings a wide variety of background verification services to companies who utilize Dominion’s software. Dominion has integrated their respective software with a patent-pending technology developed by Verified First.
Grand Rapids, MI.-- Dominion Systems, a cloud-based payroll and HR software company, was selected as one of West Michigan’s businesses for the title of 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in 2017. This award signifies top business performance in areas of employee enrichment, human resource practices, and overall commitment to excellence.
Grand Rapids, MI -- Dominion Systems, a Grand Rapids-based software company, has recently hired a developer, Adam Nolan, to develop a time clock application for their clients. Nolan attended Western Michigan University and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems. He has been a mobile developer for 2 years now but has been working in the IT industry for over 10 years. Adam was previously employed by Salespad which has allowed him to know and understand how Dominion works.
Grand Rapids, MI.: Dominion Systems, a cloud-based payroll and HR software company, was selected as one of West Michigan’s businesses for the title of 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for 2016. Dominion Systems is a second generation owned payroll and HR management software company that simplifies the back office for companies nationally. The Best and Brightest award signifies top business performance in areas of employee enrichment, human resource practices, and overall commitment to excellence.
Dominion Systems, a Grand Rapids-based software company, has developed a new feature to help businesses with their Affordable Care Act reporting needs. The software allows their clients to streamline employee tracking for the 1095-C form required by the government. With this new software, you can also run a report to find out the number of full time equivalents your company currently has and who qualifies for health insurance benefits.
This article was originally found on Rapid Growth Media.
Boasting a spot on a list by collaborative organization Michigan Celebrates Small Business called "50 Michigan Companies to Watch in 2014," Dominion Systems has made eight new hires over this past year, with three of those positions created in addition to existing roles. However, the Grand Rapids-based tech company and software developer is currently seeking applicants for a part-time marketing internship and four full-time positions – two client solutions representatives and a client trainer and operation specialist.
Grand Rapids, MI. Dominion Systems, a Grand Rapids software company, receives title of 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For 2015. Dominion is a second time recipient of this award, having won Best and Brightest back in 2013. The competition identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment. Each nominated organization is assessed on various categories such as communication, work-life balance, employee education, diversity, recognition, retention, and more.
Grand Rapids, MI. - Dominion Systems has hired Claire Manz as a Professional Services Consultant to further clients knowledge and usability with their Benefits Administration software. Claire previously worked as an Employee Benefits Specialist at both Hub International and Pinnacle Insurance Partners. Claire was employed by Pinnacle Insurance Partners for four years, and continued with the company for one year after they were purchased by Hub International.
This post was originally found on The Grand Rapids Business Journal.
Historically known for its data processing and online payroll software, Grand Rapids-based Dominion Systems has focused on building out its all-in-one software to streamline the hiring, payroll and benefits process for employers.
The software company, 401 Hall St. SW, was established in 1970 as a data-processing business and over the last 40 years has expanded its portfolio to include payroll, time and attendance solutions. Recently, it has focused on developing efficient human resource management tools.
Grand Rapids, MI - Dominion Systems, a Grand Rapids based software company, released an updated version of applicant tracking that makes the hiring process faster and easier. The update adds the ability to schedule out your hiring process and provide you with helpful reminders, while giving hiring managers the ability to customize steps that fit their hiring workflow. Applicant tracking also features a refreshed design, graphs that provide a snapshot of how many applicants are in your pipeline, and the ability to search job postings.
Grand Rapids, MI. - Dominion Systems has hired Abigail McClung as lead UI/UX designer for their software. Abigail will aid in the continuation of Dominion’s redesign of payroll, time & attendance, applicant tracking, and benefits administration. Abigail most recently worked at Atomic Object, where she was also involved in UI/UX design.
Grand Rapids, MI - Dominion Systems, a Grand Rapids based software company, redesigned the leave management portion of their employee self-service software. This update pushes a new user interface by incorporating a dashboard-like feature that highlights employee time off in sub-sections.
While the functionality of the software has always been there, the user interface refresh has been able to bring a simplified approach to the usability of the overall product.
Grand Rapids, MI. - Dominion Systems, a software company specializing in payroll, time & attendance, and human resource management, has officially released a benefits administration product within their software. Their benefits administration was designed with the end user in mind and simplifies the process for employees looking for benefit plans. Different plans are available to each employee’s unique lifestyle.
Grand Rapids, Mi. - Dominion Systems, a software company specializing in payroll, time & attendance, and human resource management, has officially released an update to their Employee Self Service (ESS). While their ESS may initially look similar to the current site, behind the scenes it has been completely redesigned in modern technologies. By building a new, flexible foundation, the stage is now set for future user experience improvements. Some of these workflow and usability improvements will already be evident in the release, including a new account settings page, profile page, and dynamic field formatting help.
Grand Rapids, MI – Dominion Systems Inc., a software company specializing in payroll, time & attendance, and human resource management, announced that they have been recognized as one of 50 companies to watch in Michigan. This award comes from Michigan Celebrates Small Business, an annual awards program that recognizes the importance that successful small businesses bring to Michigan’s economy.
Grand Rapids, MI. - Dominion Systems, a software company specializing in payroll, time & attendance and human resource management, released their latest software update. This update introduces the much anticipated background reporting feature, which allows the user the ability to run multiple reports at the same time. Reports will be able to run in the background while the user can continue to do other tasks. After the report is complete, it will be available for up to 30 days in the queue without having to rerun that report. A maximum of 15 reports can be viewed in the queue at a time. This will make the user experience even more convenient when running large reports.
Grand Rapids, MI – Dominion Systems, Inc., a company that develops cloud-based software in order to help businesses with their payroll, tax filing, and human resource management, has been named one of the fastest growing privately held companies in America by Inc. magazine. The 2013 Inc. 5000 list measures company’s revenue growth from 2009 through 2012, keeping in mind that the company must be privately held, for profit, and independent.