SAN LEANDRO, Calif. (October 15, 2012) – TriNet’s SMBeat, a detailed analysis of trends in key human capital economic indicators for small businesses, reports that net TriNet employment levels grew 1.05 percent in September, which was more than 12x the national average, and more than double the 0.51 percent growth reported in August. Increased hiring of 3.2 percent combined with decreased terminations of 2.15 percent resulted in improved job growth in September.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announced the creation of 114,000 new jobs for the US economy in September. Translated to percentage terms, this represented only a 0.085 percent increase over August employment levels. By contrast, TriNet member company employment levels increased 1.05 percent, over twelve-fold that of the national average.
Hiring rates at TriNet companies jumped 6.5 percent to 3.20 percent for September. Total terminations dropped 14 percent to 2.15 percent, split between 1.15 percent voluntary quits and 1.00 percent involuntary discharges.
Hiring Trends in Selected Regions and Vertical Markets
In September, Biotech companies in Southern California see net job increases of 7.1 percent, jobs in finance companies in New York City increase 3.09 percent, and information technology firms in the San Francisco Bay Area experience1.6 percent job growth. Strong net job growth improvements in the Southern California Biotech and New York City financial service firms outpace slower, but improving, growth in San Francisco Bay Area tech companies.
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SMBeat provides a detailed analysis and a predictive forecast for trends in key human capital economic indicators for small businesses. All reported statistics are seasonally adjusted unless otherwise indicated. All reported months begin 7 days prior to the beginning of the current calendar month and end 7 days prior to the beginning of the next calendar month. TriNet generates payroll information by tracking real-time movements within its base of approximately 5,000 entrepreneurial businesses whose employees earn approximately $100,000 in annual base salary. These companies fall primarily into three broad industry segments: technology, professional services, and financial services. SMBeat aggregates and reports data reflecting compensation, hiring and retention (both involuntary terminations and voluntary resignations), and also provides ongoing analysis of contributing factors to these trends, including regional, industry and seasonal variables. Additional details can be found on the company’s SMBeat web page http://www.trinet.com/smbeat. Technical questions can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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