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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Jack in the Box Inc. licensed Lawson Software's Employee and Manager Self-Service and ProcessFlow Integrator applications to enhance operational efficiencies and employee service.
An existing Lawson Human Capital Management customer, Jack in the Box Inc. was using paper-based processes to manage annual employee benefits enrollment and distribute paychecks to its geographically dispersed workforce.
However, the new Lawson applications will centralize and automate these workforce management processes on a single system, while giving employees self-service access to view and maintain their own human resources information, the company reported.
The Lawson Employee & Manager Self-Service application will enable Jack in the Box and Quick Stuff employees to manage their benefits enrollment and update their benefits information online, while giving managers access to key data about their direct reports.
Additionally, once the restaurant company implements the new applications, it will replace paper paychecks with plastic cards that Jack in the Box and Quick Stuff employees can redeem for cash at local banks or use like a debit card wherever they wish, the company reported. This will enable a reduction in administrative costs by eliminating the need to print, cut and distribute paper paychecks, the company reported. Also, employees will have access to their complete pay statements online via in-store kiosks or any Internet-enabled computer.
Jack in the Box Inc. is based in San Diego and has approximately 45,000 employees. The company operates and franchises more than 2,000 quick-serve Jack in the Box restaurants in 17 states, more than 50 Quick Stuff convenience stores, and through a wholly owned subsidiary, the Qdoba Mexican Grill restaurant chain.