US - Hewitt Associates will provide HR business process outsourcing (BPO) services for Rockwell Automation as part of a 15-year contract announced today.
Under the agreement, Hewitt will provide work force administration, payroll, health and welfare and defined benefit services to Rockwell’s 15000 US employees.
Rockwell, a global provider of industrial automation power, control and information solutions, transferred the BPO services to Hewitt from its third party provider, which it declined to name.
The transfer will see Rockwell, headquartered in Milwaukee, take advantage of Hewitt’s scalability in its Midwest based service centre, the firm said.
“This agreement will bring Rockwell Automation state-of-the-art technology, world-class HR operating efficiencies and enhanced services for our US-based workforce,” commented Mary Jane Hall, SVP human resources for Rockwell.
Bryan Doyle, HR outsourcing business leader at Hewitt, said: “We look forward to partnering with Rockwell Automation to serve their HR needs.”
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