In celebration of the entrepreneurial spirit of hundreds of thousands of SMBs across the country, TriNet launched a new brand that aligns with TriNet’s strategic direction and reflects the new tagline, “Incredible starts here.” From Main Street to Wall Street, TriNet provides guidance to entrepreneurs as they navigate HR so they can dedicate their time to what matters most—growing their business.
As an entrepreneur, you founded your business because you are passionate about what you do. While it may be overwhelming to think of tackling all aspects of your business while still trying to achieve your dreams, the good news is you don't have to worry about everything on your own. A professional employer organization can help with your HR needs.
If you’re like many entrepreneurs, you know what human resources is and you probably know that it’s a responsibility you must take on before hiring your first employee. However, you might not know about all the options there are for managing your HR. Let’s walk through some of these options, outline the advantages and disadvantages of each, and give practical tips on how to decide which option is best for your business.
While HR can be a complicated task for any small business, companies in industries with flexible workforces – such as hospitality, retail, manufacturing and construction—are especially susceptible to the HR struggle that comes from the seemingly endless cycle of hiring and managing part-time, full-time, seasonal, salaried and non-salaried workers (and everything in between). Many of these business owners and managers spend an exorbitant amount of man hours on discretionary activities. Read on for more information on what HR tasks you should stop doing now in order to stop wasting time and reach your business goals.
When it comes to managing your HR, you have a choice. If you are trying to decide between hiring a professional employer organization (PEO) or an online broker, read on for more information that can help you decide which one is right for your business.
TriNet’s HR Grader evaluates the HR administration of small and midsize businesses and assesses current practices for risk and compliance, employee benefits, HR technology and workforce management.
The mobile trend is revolutionizing human resources management. In fact, research shows that HR applications are twice as likely to be used on smartphones as on computers. Not surprisingly, mobile HR solutionscontinue to gain traction among businesses.
With 53.5 million workers, millennials make up the largest share of the country's workforce, passing Gen X in 2015.