Oct. 5, 2017

Why Boise? Paylocity’s Story

Why Boise? Paylocity's Story.

Paylocity selected Boise for a new expansion facility in early 2016 with plans to create hundreds of quality jobs. Learn more about career opportunities: https://www.paylocity.com/careers/

Dec. 1, 2016

Grow Here: Why Paylocity Chose the Boise Metro

by Marissa Lovell

Before his plane touched down in Boise, Paylocity’s Senior Vice President of Operations Mark Kinsey was captivated by the view of the city nestled below beaming foothills. Pleasant surprises rolled in with friendly interactions, effortless transportation through the city and a distinct vibrancy in the downtown core.

For companies in the midst of a major growth surge, the next phase of progress often includes expansion into new markets. In March of 2015, Paylocity, a Chicago-based payroll and employee management software solutions company, was faced with making this very decision. With 100 cities across the nation on their radar, company leadership began to search for the perfect location to extend their roots. The ideal setting required access to a certain mix of talent, room for growth and a place that had a natural balance of energy and culture that aligned with the company. 

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Nov. 5, 2015

Paylocity Chooses Boise, Creating 500+ Jobs in Next Five Years

by Admin

Paylocity (NASDAQ:PCTY), a provider of cloud-based payroll and human capital management software solutions for medium-sized organizations, has selected Boise for a new expansion facility with plans to create more than 500 quality jobs.  

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Feb. 15, 2018

Paylocity chose Meridian for its expansion capabilities, workforce

When Paylocity first toured this area a few years ago with the Boise Valley Economic Partnership, Meridian Economic Development administrator Brenda Sherwood had no idea who they were.

“We all signed (non-disclosure agreements), and we showed around people who we had absolutely no clue who they were or why they were visiting,” Sherwood said. “A lot of companies do that just because they like to keep the confidentiality so their competition is not aware of where they’re going.”

Now the company is well known to the area, and it’s building a permanent office space in Meridian that will eventually employ up to 500 people.

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