Is your business about to hit the 50-employee threshold? Or maybe it already has. Here are five compelling reasons your business needs a PEO as it grows.
Michael has been in the HR field for more than 20 years. Introduced to HR early in his career in the hospitality industry, he decided to return to school at Rutgers University, earning a master’s in Human Resource Management. Michael also holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation and a Certified Professional Coaching designation from iPEC, the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. In addition to working in hospitality, Michael’s professional journey includes experiences in manufacturing, IT and financial services. Michael is currently a senior human resource specialist at Insperity.
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