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Blogging is Back | PEO Blog

Wednesday June 17, 2009

Blogging is back… wow… I took a bit of a sabbatical from blogging… but now I’m back and will be providing regular content on the site. I’ve spent the past few months dealing with some SEO issues, really confusing, but I have learnt a lot through the process and will share some of what I have learnt on the blog site over the next few weeks.
Well, you will find the blog content to be new and original.  My friend Rhea Drysdale from Outspoken Media has taught me a bit about blogging and SEO, enough to be dangerous, feel free to email me questions, but if you are looking for a professional, check out Rhea’s website at www.outspokenmedia.com

Michaeline A. Doyle award for leadership | PEO Blog

Sunday November 16, 2008

Arthur L. Geiger, president and CEO of Montana-based Avitus Group, was recognized by the National Association of Professional Employer Organization’s Michaeline A. Doyle award for his leadership and business practices in the growing $63 billion PEO (professional employer organization) industry.

Geiger is one of only thirteen recipients to have ever received the industry’s top honor, which was presented during the Organizations’ annual conference in Alexandria, VA in October. Doyle was one of the pioneers of the 24-year-old industry.

How to Recruit Top Talent | PEO Blog

Saturday November 15, 2008

Having trouble attracting quality applicants? Your business’s culture may be to blame.
By Paul Sarvadi

Hiring and retaining the best talent is as tough as it’s ever been, with projections through 2012 indicating that, for the first time in U.S. history, the number of younger workers entering the labor market won’t be enough to replace those who are leaving. By 2006, one in six workers will be over the age of 55, while the 25-to-34 demographic will have shrunk by nearly 9 percent, according to a study by the National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers.

Despite this workforce trend, it’s still possible to attract more talent than your company needs. Consider Southwest Airlines, which, according to one company insider, recently received more than 50,000 applications for 500 available positions! Cultivating a company culture that attracts top talent, such as Southwest’s, is just one of five best practices the top 10 percent of U.S. companies have in common. And it’s a practice your company can adapt.

TriNet Continues Record Growth | PEO Blog

Friday November 14, 2008

TriNet Continues Record Growth During Third Quarter of 2008

SAN LEANDRO, Calif. - TriNet, a leading provider of human resources outsourcing and consulting services to thousands of small and medium-sized companies nationwide, announced today that it continued to experience solid momentum and record growth during the third quarter with a 21% increase in revenue over the same time period in 2007. TriNet also grew its worksite employee base nearly 35% when compared to the same period last year. Additionally, the company is well poised to achieve $100 million in net revenue for the first time in its twenty-year history.

“Considering the current downturn in the economy and its potential effect on small business, TriNet’s customers continue to see the value in using HR outsourcing to help them remain laser-focused on their core competencies,” said Burton M. Goldfield, President & CEO of TriNet. “As our customers make crucial business decisions that allow them to achieve their long-term goals, we are committed to partnering with them along the way to maximize their ability to attract and retain talent, amplify their human capital strengths, and ensure they are lean and efficient in regards to benefits and HR administration.”

Gevity Partners With Olympic Athlete | PEO Blog

Thursday November 13, 2008

Gevity Partners With Olympic Athlete to Promote a Healthier Workforce and Reduce Healthcare Costs for Business Owners

BRADENTON, Fla. - Gevity (NASDAQ:GVHR), a leading professional employer organization (PEO) that provides HR services to businesses nationwide, released today workplace fitness tips from Olympian Trey Hardee along with Gevity’s own “Workplace Fitness Tips for Better Business Performance.” These tips are designed to help businesses get fit, improve productivity and reduce healthcare costs.

According to the National Federation of Small Business, the cost of health care is one of the biggest concerns small businesses face in running a profitable business. In a survey of more than 3,500 small business owners, 56 percent reported that the cost of health care was their biggest concerns, followed by energy costs, taxes and interest rates.

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