TriNet HR expert Jackie Breslin discusses the benefits and perks provided by a professional employer organization (PEO).
TriNet Director of Human Capital Jackie Breslin talks about appropriate behavior at the office holiday party.
Yet, despite how pop culture portrays holiday parties, employees say they actually enjoy holiday parties, according to a 2016 TriNet survey of more than 4,000 U.S. workers. In fact, 37% said they were somewhat excited for their party and 28% said they were very excited with only 5% showing no enthusiasm.
TriNet Director of Human Capital Jackie Breslin discusses how changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) will impact companies.
TriNet included among the top 52 payroll services for small business.
TriNet Benefit Compliance Analyst Janice Scherwitz writes about creating a transgender-friendly work environment.
TriNet Director of Human Capital Jackie Breslin talks about how to embrace election season in the workplace without creating tension among coworkers.
TriNet Director of Benefits Erin McGinty discusses tips for managing remote workers.
Byline by TriNet Human Capital Director Jackie Breslin
Another company experienced in handling foreign benefits affairs, TriNet, recently launched a new program called, “TriNet Technology,” which has a key component dealing specifically with employers who have employees who work in the United States, but are not citizens.
“Research has shown that young adults aren’t necessarily interested in the traditional workplace environment and that their work-life balance is crucial to them,” said Jacqueline Breslin, Director of Human Capital Services at TriNet, an HR solutions company. “We’ve also seen that younger workers who are still in school for a master’s degree want the ability to balance their education with their work lives and this is a great compromise.”
Byline by Erin McGinty from TriNet.
Byline by TriNet SVP of Sales John Turner.
Erin McGinty from TriNet comments on the importance of health insurance to small business recruiting.
"According to a study conducted by payroll, benefits and human resources company TriNet, 89% of survey participants felt PTO was important to job satisfaction and influenced their choice of employer."
TriNet opens a new office in Austin.
TriNet opens a new office in Austin.
"Nearly one-third of employees use paid time off for medical emergencies and other obligations rather than pleasure, recent data from TriNet, a provider of HR products and services, show."
Byline by Jackie Breslin from TriNet.
TriNet HR expert Jackie Breslin gives insight into how employers can engage all generations of a multi-generational workforce.
Jackie Breslin discusses how a PEO can help employers manage their gig economy workers.
A professional employer organization (PEO) can handle employee-focused areas like insurance, payroll, retirement benefits and others. In other words, where your HR expertise ends, an outsourced solution like TriNet begins.
Trinet, for example, offers digital dashboards to onboard and keep track of employees similar to what a traditional HR person would do in the past
In this slideshow, Jacqueline Breslin, director of human capital services at TriNet, cloud-based provider of HR services, shares tips for modernizing the workplace to help organizations navigate emerging workplace trends and issues to stay competitive.
According to a TriNet and Wakefield Research survey, 70 percent of young employees feel confident that performance feedback can help them learn and grow.
Jackie Breslin, an HR management expert talks about salary and maternity issues.
TriNet and Wakefield Research recently published a survey revealing that 69% of full-time workers between the ages of 18 and 34 find the performance review process flawed.
Jackie Breslin from TriNet discusses the effect San Francisco's new paid parental leave policy will have on area startups.
Jackie Breslin talks about creating a workplace conducive to attracting and retaining millennials.
Commonly used Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) collect resumes and sort them according to keywords—but they could be doing much more, according to Anita Engles, director of product management at TriNet, a national provider of HR solutions. “The newest ATS software can help you streamline all the moving parts of the process, so you don’t have to be sending lots of internal emails with resumes and other attachments,” she says. “Look for features such as portals accessible to everyone involved; workflow management, reminders and interview scheduling; and a place to gather internal feedback on candidates.”
Jay Pimentel, from TriNet, talks about the TriNet Cares program.
"A TriNet 2016 Presidential Election survey shows that 90 percent of small business owners believe that candidates are not making industry problems a top priority..."
TriNet clients discuss their experiences using TriNet Perform.
Jackie Breslin from TriNet talks about what self-employed individuals need to know about benefits.
Callie Mau, from TriNet, talks to technology entrepreneurs about HR compliance.
TriNet client ZinePak talks about why they use TriNet for their payroll services.
Kyle Hubbard, from TriNet, writes about findings from a TriNet report regarding Millennials' retirement planning.
David Edelson, from TriNet, talks about the 5 HR mistakes commonly made by startups.
Jackie Breslin, from TriNet, discusses what small businesses should keep in mind during tax season.
Disconnect Found Between Candidates’ Statements and Small Biz Needs.
Jackie Breslin from TriNet shares expert tips for motivating a bank's board of directors.
A byline by Jim Blackie from TriNet and Muhammed Chaudhry from Silicon Valley Education Foundation.
"Instead of creating the HR infrastructure, we outsource it to a PEO. Companies like TriNet handle our payroll, health insurance, and 401(k). It ends up costing us almost nothing."
Byline by David Edelson from TriNet.
According to a recent survey conducted by TriNet, a company dedicated to providing HR solutions, 69 percent of Millennials see their company’s review process as flawed.
In a recent TriNet survey, 85% of Millennials said they would feel more confident in their current role if they were able to have more frequent performance conversations with their manager.
Last year, a TrinNet Perform study conducted by Wakefield Research surveyed 1,000 full-time U.S. employees born after 1980 and found that performance reviews are negatively impacting professional growth, breeding mistrust, and causing people to leave companies.
"Today millennials are already having an impact and as we move into the next four or five years you are going to see a lot of companies adopt this," said Rob Hernandez, of the human resources services company TriNet, about the trend away from annual reviews.
The vast majority of U.S. businesses are small businesses—and many of the people who own and operate them believe the candidates in the 2016 presidential campaign are ignoring them.
Nearly 85% of millennials in a recent TriNet survey said they would feel more confident if they could have more frequent conversations with their managers, at least bi-monthly.
Most small business owners think the Affordable Care Act has hurt them, not helped them, and many want presidential candidates to pay more attention to health care in their campaigns. That’s according to a survey conducted by Wakefield Research for TriNet, a cloud-based provider of human resources services for small businesses.
Health care is the top issue small-business owners want presidential candidates to address this campaign season, according to a survey out today by TriNet, a cloud-based provider of HR services.
According to a new TriNet survey of more than 1,000 small business owners, 55 percent of respondents say the Affordable Care Act has hurt their business rather than helped it. And 81 percent of respondents say they're seeking more government assistance to stay compliant with the health law's regulations
A new survey conducted by the HR services platform TriNet found that nearly 90 percent of U.S. small business owners believe candidates on both party tickets are not making the needs of small business a top priority.
In a new TriNet survey, small business owners say the candidates are not addressing key health care and tax issues that directly affect them.
Byline by TriNet Senior Vice President of Sales John Turner.
Jackie Breslin, Director of Human Capital Services at TriNet, shares her ideas on how to make your workplace a friendly place for this next generation.
An entrepreneur talks benefits and how TriNet can help SMBs succeed.
Daniel Higbee, Senior Director of Product Management for TriNet, discusses recent federal-mandated increases to minimum salary levels for certain employees.
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