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Alight payroll savings calculator

Are you overspending on your payroll delivery?
Use our payroll calculator to see how much your organization could be saving

On average, organizations across the globe spend $244 per employee every year managing payroll. And, even then, payroll employees are often barely keeping the lights on, with optimization opportunities increasingly pushed lower down the priority list.

With Alight as your partner, you can:

  • Optimize processes for a better user experience

  • Drive accuracy and efficiency

  • Free up your team to focus on more strategic business priorities

And, you could be unlocking savings too.

Complete the fields below to see how much you could be saving:

You could be saving on your payroll delivery. Reach out for a personalized value assessment on how to take your payroll to the next level.*

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*This calculator and its results have been prepared by Alight Solutions LLC (“Alight”) solely for discussion purposes, contain confidential information and should be treated accordingly by you. The results reflect certain estimates and assumptions by Alight, which may or may not be correct. Alight makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the results and will not be liable for any direct, consequential, or other loss arising from your use of the results. Any subsequent services relationship between you and Alight will be governed by a mutually acceptable definitive written agreement.

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