In the News

A selection of news stories from the world of HR involving TriNet.
What is Holiday Pay and Should You Offer It?

December 9, 2019

Holiday pay is paid time off. Government statistics report that small businesses paid $0.78 for holiday pay per hour in 2019. As the festive season approaches, it’s important to understand the benefits to offering this extra pay to employees.

2020 TriNet Reviews, Pricing & Popular Alternatives

December 3, 2019

TriNet is best for small to medium-sized businesses: Its wide range of strategic services and cloud-based HR solutions, which can be tailored depending on the business’ industry, help users minimize their HR administrative tasks, and reduce employer-related risks.

The 4 Best PEO Companies for Small Business

November 29, 2019

In this guide, we’ll share our recommendations on the four best PEOs for small business owners, along with some guidance about how to determine which PEO services makes the most sense for your particular business.

The ‘great’ business book Venus Williams is reading right now

November 20, 2019

As the CEO of her interior design firm, V Starr Interiors, which launched in 2002, and her athletic apparel line EleVen, which she founded in 2007, organizational culture is something that’s important to Williams.

Technology Enhances the Total Value of the PEO Solution

November 18, 2019

“The PEO industry plays an important role in the U.S. economy. Not only does it support business formation and help enterprises grow, but it also enables these organizations to create jobs and serve as platforms that allow people to use their talents to contribute to a wide range of advances in our society.” Jimmy Franzone SVP of Strategy TriNet

TriNet Solution Helps Employees With Benefit Selection

October 18, 2019

Its Benefits Enrollment Application provides easy-to-use benefits plan analysis that allows users to select and compare eligible plans.

These are the biggest employers you’ve probably never heard of

September 24, 2019

Professional employer organizations are filling their ranks with the staffs of growing companies like Beyond Meat and Madison Reed.

California Governor Approves Bill that Could Upend the Gig-Economy

September 19, 2019

Gov. Gavin Newsom just signed a controversial bill that will make it difficult for California businesses—particularly those in the gig economy—to classify workers as independent contractors.