Single Provider HR Outsourcing Solution Solving Executives' Pain

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HR partnership enables focus on strategic HR, hiring top talent. Although more than half of small businesses outsource to multiple providers, the majority (70 percent) would actually prefer to outsource to a single provider, according to a recent research report by TriNet, "An Executive Guide to 2006 HR Trends.” This latest research report by TriNet offers business owners, executives and HR professionals information on current industry trends, best practices and techniques for attracting top talent, reducing costs and effectively competing in their industry.

Although more than half of small businesses outsource to multiple providers, the majority (70 percent) would actually prefer to outsource to a single provider, according to a recent research report by TriNet titled “An Executive Guide to 2006 HR Trends.”

The latest research report by TriNet offers business owners, executives and HR professionals information on current industry trends, best practices and techniques for attracting top talent, reducing costs and effectively competing in their industry.

When all HR services are outsourced to the same provider, executives must ensure that provider’s competence before integrating them into their HR processes. Before choosing an HR provider, consider the following:

  •     Are they of sufficient size and experience to accommodate growth plans?
  •     Do they provide a complete range of HR services?
  •     Do they provide the latest software and services?
  •     Do others in the industry use this firm?
  •     Will they provide the information and expertise needed to facilitate overall growth and success in HR?

Research reveals that a quality HR partner provides the following outsourced services for small businesses:

The bottom line: these services help executives effectively manage many of the compliance, administrative and employee realities associated with HR, which minimizes risk and allows executives to focus on building a better business.

If you’re interested in hiring and retaining top talent to improve your productivity, profit margin and overall competitive advantage, read the “An Executive Guide to 2006 HR Trends” report today.

The trends and initiatives discussed are supported by the “HR Trends 2006” survey, which was distributed to more than 5,000 executives via email in the second quarter of 2006 to technology, professional services and financial services companies with 5 to 400 employees. The industry best practices described herein are supported by the best practices of those surveyed, the suggestions and research of industry thought leaders, and the extensive experience of TriNet.

This research is part of an ongoing 2006 series into the trends, pains, and solutions of small businesses as they face all the challenges associated with human resources. Upcoming research reports will include:

  •     Q3 HR Trends Executive Snapshot: Compensation and Talent Retention
  •     Q4 HR Trends Executive Snapshot: Technology Evaluation and Best Practices

Download “An Executive Guide to 2006 HR Trends.”

About TriNet

TriNet's HR outsourcing for technology, financial services, and professional services firms provides access to Fortune 500-caliber benefits, online self-service, and strategic HR management. Since 1988, TriNet has helped thousands of customers cut costs and boost productivity by deploying premium payroll, benefits, and HR services.

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Greg Howard

Director of Corporate Communications

510-875-7236

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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