My background is in accounting and I have worked in both accounting and payroll departments in many different industries. I had met the CS3 team at a previous job and when I left to go back to school, they asked me to come in and talk with them about possibly working in consulting. I postponed my school until later and came to work at CS3 as a consultant. I did go back to school and got my Master's degree in 2010.
You are a diehard fan of?
Sports, any kind, anywhere, any team. I will go to hockey, basketball, baseball and football games as much as I can anywhere I am. Sure I have favorite teams, but really I will go see just about any team that plays. I have seen the San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia 76ers, OU, OSU, TU, NC State, Notre Dame, and many more
Plane, train or automobile?
Definitely the automobile.
Mountains or Beach?
Beach, will drive across the country to either coast to spend time at the ocean.
What was your favorite cartoon as a kid?
Hung Kung Phooey
is no longer an employee at CS3 Technology
December 7, 2020
Managing security with Sage HRMS is a two-step process. First, you create your Security Groups, then you assign users to the groups. Groups are managed by company level or entities.
January 13, 2020
Sage HRMS security is a two part process. First you create your user groups. Then new users can be added to Sage HRMS and linked to a specific group. This quick video will walk you through the simple steps to get a new user added.
September 4, 2020
Jim has worked at CS3 for almost 17 years now. He helps implement Sage HRMS systems as well as Scissortail HCM. As a lead consultant, his favorite part of his job is keeping in touch with the clients he supports.
March 3, 2020
How do you enter multiple HR deductions under the same limit requirement into your human resources management system? If you’re using Sage HRMS, it’s simple : use common deduction limits. Here’s how to do it.