HR & Payroll
We’re one of the leading human resources and payroll providers in Texas for a reason.
Founded in 2007, Affiliated HR & Payroll is a HR & Payroll services firm that provides highly personalized and comprehensive human resources, payroll, time and labor management, employee benefits and talent management services. We’re based in the Houston, Texas area and specialize in the energy, healthcare, manufacturing, restaurant & hospitality, construction and service industries just to name a few.
We serve a diverse clientele of small and medium-sized businesses. We combine state-of-the-art software and technology with a team of experienced and friendly people to support your business. Frankly, we just give a damn. This culture of going the extra mile for our clients has allowed Affiliated HR & Payroll to become one of the fastest-growing Payroll and HR Services firms in the state of Texas.
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Listen to what other businesses have to say about working with us.
"Both my husband and myself have used Affiliated HR & Payroll for our small businesses for over a decade. They are professional, kind and always available to answer any questions we have. We highly recommend them for your payroll services. We would not use anyone else. They are the best!"
"An essential ingredient in our business is to consistently have a sense of urgency in everything we do. For the past eleven years I've been in business, the team at Affiliated HR & Payroll has been assertive to help resolve any issue or request that we have had, in a similar urgent fashion."
Our blog features articles about HR best practices, labor law guidance and other topics to help you manage your workforce.
Both companies and those who work for them need to understand the very important differences between being an employee and being an independent contractor. The line can be very thin, but it always exists, and since employees and contractors are treated very...
OSHA’s new guidance is advisory in nature and creates no new legal obligations. However, one of President Biden’s first acts after being sworn in was to sign an Executive Order on Protecting Worker Health and Safety that directs OSHA to increase enforcement of...
In 1970, when Richard Nixon signed the Occupational Safety and Health Act into law, an estimated 14,000 workers were killed on the job every year. Fifty years later, that number is down to 5,333, but safety in the workplace remains a paramount concern, and not only...
From HR and Payroll to Time, Talent, and Benefits, everything we do is designed to save you time and streamline your operations.