Switching your professional employer organization (PEO) is a significant decision that should be made only after careful consideration. However, it is crucial to thoroughly assess their service offerings to ensure they align with your business’s needs and priorities and move on if they don’t.
Traditional methods often involve annual reviews and rating systems that may not be suitable for today’s employees. The SMB workforce is now more dynamic, requiring a different approach—this is especially true with some workers entering the workforce.
Done right, DEI can have tangible impacts on your organizational culture, innovation and success. But the path forward can be complicated and challenging. By examining best practices, real-world case studies and actionable strategies, you can gain the knowledge and tools needed to foster a more inclusive and equitable future for all.
Join us for TriNet PeopleForceX Pitch Competition where entrepreneurs and innovators will present their ideas or products to a panel of local investors, potential partners, and a live audience, aiming to propel their ventures to the next level.
Michael Mendenhall, Senior Vice President, and Chief Marketing Officer / Chief Communications Officer introduces TriNet’s new brand and Burton M. Goldfield, Former President, and CEO unveils the new logo. They discuss TriNet’s evolution and where the company’s future is headed.
Michael Mendenhall, Senior Vice President, and Chief Marketing Officer / Chief Communications Officer discusses TriNet’s new brand campaign with Meri Gulyan, VP of Brand and Digital Strategy at TriNet, Karen Mulligan, Studio Manager and Agent at Annie Leibovitz Studios and Galen Summer, Founding Member and Director of Public Record.
Michael Mendenhall, Senior Vice President, and Chief Marketing Officer / Chief Communications Officer hears stories from the customers who participated in TriNet’s brand campaign including Dr. Harvey Karp of Happiest Baby, Dr. Brook Parker-Bello of More Too Life, José Quiñonez of Mission Asset Fund, and Jaime Robinson and Lisa Clunie of JOAN Creative.