Meet Garcia Hanson-Francis, the founder and CEO of CADJPro Payroll Solutions, a solutions-based service for business payroll, offering virtual outsourcing and implementation of new payroll services. As a top-rated firm CADJPro helps its clients go through the economic complexities of running payroll and stay compliant while avoiding the intricacies involved.
Garcia started her journey in 2004 as a payroll specialist. Since then, she has spent over a decade in the payroll industry, improving her skills and understanding every nook and corner of small business pay before establishing her own company. Her organization CADJPro Payroll operates under Canadian payroll laws ensuring accurate and reliable payroll services.
Garcia says, “With a passion for business management, marketing, and employee satisfaction, my various experiences in the payroll industry have led me to where I am today: the proud CEO of CADJPro, a payroll service that provides virtual outsourcing of clients’ current payroll and the option of implementation of new payroll services, all fit their custom needs.”
At CADPro Payroll, Garcia leads a talented team of payroll specialists, processing several payroll cycles for multiple small businesses and clients. As a business leader Garcia has won the People’s Choice by Black Award in the accounting category for two consecutive years and was nominated for the RBC Women of Influence Award.
Helping Clients with Path Breaking Solutions
As an organization offering business payroll and virtual outsourcing solutions, CADJPro Payroll values honesty, tolerance, and transparency between clients and employees. With a vision of providing unproblematic and error-free payroll systems, the firm helps its clients operate normally by offering constant contact and virtual outsourcing. From helping small and medium-sized businesses to start their journey to supporting several female entrepreneurs, CADJPro Payroll is entirely dedicated to increasing the trust factor between employee and employer while implementing an utterly stress-free payment process.
Processing payroll needs professional payroll experts, which can be very costly for firms. CADJPro Payroll allows its clients to keep their present software or implement a new system and manage the payroll process virtually. The organization enables its clients to bring administrative payroll tasks through an agreement while the company can stay entirely operational in the ever-changing economy.
Currently, CADJPro Payroll offers payroll processing services, including new hires, termination, salary changes, WSIB & EHT services, Tax remittances, T4, and year-end adjustments. Under Garcia’s leadership, the firm provides HR services, including policy creation, training, and contract agreements.
It also helps with Benefits services such as plan setup, reporting, and administering deductions and payments. Additionally, CADJPro Payroll provides business incorporation services and operates a volunteer clinic in partnership with CVITP, a part of the Government of Canada.
The founder of CADJPro, Garcia, loves mentoring women entrepreneurs working on setting up their business ventures. She celebrates and acknowledges other female entrepreneurs’ success and helps them to get started with their businesses. “As a business leader, the smile on the face of a struggling individual and seeing someone getting paid correctly and on time is priceless.”– she says.
Garcia also believes that the pandemic has further strengthened her business to be more competitive with several virtual offerings. She states, “It has increased my creativity in the online world. It has also forced me to accept that change is ok; just have to accept and learn to be better.”
A Piece of Advice
Garcia advises young women to accept that fear is normal and change is uncomfortable. She says, “Fear will be a roadblock because our bodies are trained to know that we are out of our comfort zone and accept that fear Is just fantasizing experiences that are appearing real.”
Picture of the Future
Garcia sees herself and the company growing to a larger scale organization with more staff participation in the community over the next five years. She also expects to see more organizational partnerships with CADJPro Payroll Solutions.