Payroll outsourcing is an excellent way to improve accuracy, streamline processes and offload time-consuming, often…
HR outsourcing went through a shake-out over the past two years due to the continual…
How Outsourcing HR to a Single Provider Helped a Company with Offices as Large as 200 and as Small as One | Article
Steelcase has offices in 20 countries. Some have payrolls of 200, others just one. Every country has different labor laws. Language is also an issue. Outsourcing to just one provider solved the language and legal challenges and gave Steelcase a unified look at its payroll.
When the government agencies award a contract to IT vendors, they expect them to ramp up staff in a hurry. But carrying staff to potentially service a big contract is as cost-prohibitive as maintaining a large human resources department. That was the challenge for EMCO Technologies, a small Louisiana IT company. It hired Administaff to pick up the HR load so it could land more federal contracts and expand nationally.
Three executives, including the president, performed HR tasks when U.S. Energy Services was a small company. When the employee roster exceeded 50 people, it was time to outsource HR. Even though the costs remained the same, the company is getting five times the benefits.
Charmant’s existing payroll software was outmoded, hard to use, and not integrated into its time and attendance system, which created challenges for the eyewear distributor’s two-person human resources department. The HR manager staked his job on an outsourcing solution . . . which worked.
BTIG, an outsourcing brokerage firm, offers high-priced traders to smaller hedge funds and family-owned funds–customers who otherwise could not afford them. To maintain high-priced staff, BTIG needs to give them the same level of benefits their peers are enjoying. Outsourcing to Gevity allowed it to do this and help the company grow, too.
Behavioral Healthcare Provider Surgically Removes IT from HR Department by Outsourcing to an MSP | Article
A growing provider was able to cut its benefits costs by half yet double the quality of those benefits by outsourcing. That helped it recruit staff for its new locations.
Companies focused on R&D and new product development must operate lean. Here’s the story of how outsourcing has enabled one such company to operate ahead of its goals.
Small businesses historically have not had equal opportunity in outsourcing because they didn’t have enough employees to make it financially feasible. Now there is a comprehensive suite of HR services available to companies of all sizes, including those with 1-75 employees.