Atlanta IT Firm Spins Off Work Force Compliance Firm In Rochester Hills

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Atlanta-based American CyberSystems Inc. Monday announced the formation of HireGenics Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary. Based in Rochester Hills, HireGenics will offer work force compliance, risk mitigation, payroll services and related services.

“HireGenics offers unparalleled process and procedural expertise to meet the growing need for compliant payroll practices among Fortune 1000 enterprises,” said Raj Sardana, president and CEO of American CyberSystems, a privately held company with $100 million in annual revenue. “HireGenics customers will benefit from strong leadership provided by proven workforce management and payrolling pioneers and a customer-centric culture that strives for continuous improvement.”
 
HireGenics’ proprietary HGComply software assures customers that each service provider or contingent worker is properly vetted with the necessary documentation and is compliant with all governmental regulations and guidelines. The service and software are built with documented procedures that provide repeatable and auditable results.
 
To lead HireGenics, Sardana selected industry pioneers Barry Olson and Charles Halash. Olson and Halash, both from metro Detroit, arrive at HireGenics after working together in another venture in which they developed many of the processes and procedures widely recognized as “best practices” in the workforce management industry. Collectively, they have more than 55 years of experience in payroll technology and workforce management systems.
 
Now president of HireGenics, Olson possesses more than 30 years of experience and innovation in the professional services industry. During his career, Olson’s knowledge of workforce management and supply chain management and innovative approach to quality-driven process improvements generated value for customers while delivering leverage and controls for the world’s largest enterprises.

“Never has the spotlight shined more brightly on the risks issues associated with the classification of indirect workers as 1099 certified or as W-2 contingent workers,” Olson said. “HireGenics will provide transparency and governance to critical areas of services spend for our customers.”

HireGenics executive vice president Charles “Chay” Halash brings to his new position more than 25 years experience in resource staffing, computer services and software development. He has executive experience with workforce management companies focused on Web-based, supply chain management software and service to Fortune 1000 companies.

“HireGenics helps large companies achieve workforce compliance through a powerful combination of state of the art process and procedural techniques,” Halash said. “We offer purchasing professionals, compliance directors and others a solution that offers a consistent, proven process delivered from a top secret cleared facility with diversity spend benefit.”

HireGenics currently has five Michigan employees.

For more information call Halash at (248) 809-4854 or visit www.hiregenics.com.

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