The tech industry has recently been dogged by public allegations of sexual harassment. But as a hotbed for innovation and challenging the status quo, tech companies are in a unique position to lead the charge toward eradicating harassment from our workplaces. Here’s how.
Jacqueline Breslin, Director of Human Capital Services at TriNet, discusses tips for how you can make sure employees don't behave badly during your office holiday parties.
As the race toward the end of open enrollment for health insurance continues, we've been hearing from entrepreneurs who are trying to avoid high costs and get better coverage by setting up insurance via a Professional Employer Organization (PEO).
Fortune named California-based TriNet one of the 100 fastest-growing companies in 2017. Ranked No. 57, TriNet experienced a three-year growth rate of 286 percent and increased revenue by a reported 40 percent from 2014 to 2016. The company expanded to Austin in July 2016 with an office north of the city that houses its technology, sales and services teams.
This is a contributed piece by Jacqueline Breslin, director of human capital services at TriNet, a cloud-based professional employer organization for SMBs.
“Of what really constitutes harassment, what is unwelcome conduct or communication that can be hostile, offensive or sexual in nature,” says Senior HR Consultant Sam Neff with TriNet.
In a recent TriNet survey, 85% of employees said they’d feel more confident if they could have more frequent conversations with their managers. Employees want to know how they’re tracking, that they are on target to meet their goals, and that their concerns are heard. They don’t want to wait a year for that kind of feedback.
The best Human Resources outsourcing solutions for small business. Outsourcing HR can reduce your administration time and allow you to focus on growing your business.
Among the HCM technology companies that take microbusinesses seriously is TriNet, a San Leandro, Calif-based PEO that targets organizations with between 10 and 500 employees.
Martin Babinec has seen the demand for getting great technology people firsthand as the founder of TriNet, a cloud-based company based in the San Francisco Bay area that administers payroll and health benefits.
TriNet, which is based in San Leandro, California, provides staffing, payroll, health benefits and immigration advice to roughly 14,000 businesses, many of which either have DACA employees or are owned by entrepreneurs with DACA status.
"Many immigrants start businesses—whether it's high-tech companies like Elon Musk or Main Street businesses—so they're wonderful sources of entrepreneurship," says James Richards, a director of TriNet.
Consider outsourcing your business's insurance decisions to a third-party PEO.
Navigating the intricacies of hiring and retaining talent, training employees, managing payroll and benefits, and ensuring compliance is no cakewalk — especially for smaller businesses with fewer resources. One company, TriNet, has more than 30 years of experience in helping SMBs outsource their HR needs.
Professional employer organizations can eliminate the HR headache that comes with trying to handle your own small-business human resources issues.
The founder of HST Materials decided to hire a professional employer organization (PEO) that could handle all of HST’s administrative HR duties. They brought TriNet on board to manage it all—payroll, benefits administration, workers’ compensation insurance and assistance maintaining compliance with regulatory issues.
After Hurricane Irma roared through Florida, human-resources firm TriNet moved some of its 750 local workers to prearranged emergency housing and picked up the bill.
Jackie Breslin and Sam Neff discuss HR considerations for startups and SMBs.
A recent survey from TriNet shows that SMB owners' desires and Trump's priorities for immigration reform are misaligned.
To handle the human resources challenges that many growing e-Commerce businesses face as they hire new employees, Barnie’s Coffee onboarded HR service provider TriNet.
Jackie Breslin discusses best practices for performance reviews.
TriNet debuts its redesigned Bradenton offices.
"Our next-generation solution has been designed to make HR easier for both employers and employees," Jimmy Franzone, vice president for corporate development at TriNet. "Clients have asked us for a more streamlined way of succeeding with their HR."
Jackie Breslin talks about the balance of powerful technology and human resources administration.
TriNet recently unveiled TriNet Main Street, an HR solution designed to meet the often complex HR needs of local and owner-operated businesses in the United States.
TriNet introduces TriNet Main Street, an HR solution designed to meet the requirements of the hundreds of thousands of local and owner-operated businesses in the U.S.
MomentFeed, a growing startup, outsources its core HR functions to TriNet.
Jackie Breslin of TriNet talks about improving employee relations.
TriNet client Moira Vetter, founder and CEO of Modo Modo Agency, gives a first-hand account of how TriNet’s technology solution has helped her business succeed.
TriNet HR expert Jackie Breslin weighs-in with information from the TriNet client point of view.
Byline by TriNet benefits expert Janice Scherwitz.
Information is shared from a survey of TriNet client companies in industries with a high likeliness to have or need foreign national employees.
Jackie Breslin from TriNet talks about the impact of legislation on employee benefits.
TriNet HR thought leader Jackie Breslin speaks about introverts in the workplace.
Jackie Breslin, Director of Human Capital at TriNet, shares her thoughts on how the new administration’s policy position on the FLSA overtime rule could impact SMBs.
TriNet Director of Human Capital Jackie Breslin discusses how companies can prepare for potential changes in healthcare legislation, specifically the Affordable Care Act.
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