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Payroc Overview

Des Plaines, IL
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Private
Financial Transaction Processing
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Payroc drives commerce for businesses with any time, anywhere payment solutions. We serve our clients with integrity as trusted advisors and recognized experts in payments. We provide transparent pricing clarity and prioritize developing personal relationships, while delivering ... Read more

Company Updates

  • Payroc has merged with Payscape, NXGEN and BluePay Canada. Read the full press release here:

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Payroc – Why Work With Us?

Interested in joining the Payroc Team?

At Payroc, we work hard to create a culture of creativity and innovation throughout our company. You'll experience a truly contagious spirit of enthusiasm, pride and relentless service throughout our organization. Putting people first defines our culture, and we see it every day in the way our team works together and supports each other.

We invite you to write your career story at Payroc — the possibilities await.

Benefits & Perks

  • Generous Health Insurance Plan
  • Dental & Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Short & Long-term Disability
  • Personal Development
  • Competitive Salary & Paid Time-Off
  • Employer Match 401K
  • CPP Exam Program
  • Community Involvement
  • Company Outings

Payroc Reviews

  • "Great Place To Work!"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Graphic Designer in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Graphic Designer in Atlanta, GA
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Payroc full-time (Less than a year)


    Dog-friendly, fast-paced, nice office, free snacks, good PTO, relaxed atmosphere


    Expensive health insurance with high deductible

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Payroc Photos

Payroc photo of: Payroc's ATL Office
Payroc photo of: 2019 Atlanta Holiday Party
Payroc photo of: 2018 Awards Ceremony - Culture Leader of the Year
Payroc photo of: 2018 Holiday Party: Houston, We Have a Holiday
Payroc photo of: 2018 Holiday Party: Houston, We Have a Holiday
Payroc photo of: Payscape's amazing Customer Support Team at the 2018 Holiday Party
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Payroc Interviews



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Getting an Interview




  1. Helpful (3)  

    Senior Salesforce Administrator Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I was verbally offered the job and essentially ghosted. Please read my story:

    I had a first round interview with Payscape at the end of January. It was a standard interview and I knew I had done well. Immediately after the interview, I was out of the country for 2.5 weeks. They met with me again the day after I returned. It went well and I was offered the job the very next day.

    On the offer call, I asked the hiring manager a bunch of questions regarding details that hadn’t yet been communicated, which seemed to frustrate him. I told him I needed to look over the details of the offer and we agreed I would give him an answer within a couple days.

    Shortly thereafter, I decided to accept the job. Before the end of the day, the recruiter relayed that the hiring manager called him saying I didn't sound excited about the position. Apparently, he was worried that I wouldn't accept it. I reassured the recruiter I was going to accept, but something seemed off.

    I called the hiring manager multiple times in the next couple of days and never got an answer. I also never got a formal offer letter, which had been promised. The recruiter finally found out through another recruiting agency (read: not Payscape) that after my call with the hiring manager, they immediately offered the job to someone else. That person accepted the job on the spot. Payscape never communicated any of this to me or the recruiter and it has been over a month. My verbal offer was technically never rescinded.

    I found this situation to be incredibly unprofessional. It’s possible that this was an isolated incident with this specific hiring manager, but I would recommend anyone applying to Payscape to be careful and to do your research before accepting a position with them. I feel very fortunate that I dodged a bullet.

    Interview Questions

    • Please read my experience above.   1 Answer
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