Einstein HR Announces Its Grand Opening in Atlanta & Partnership with NetPEO

Share Article

Einstein HR, a full-service human resources outsourcing firm, announces its grand opening in Atlanta & partnership with NetPEO.

Einstein HR, a full-service human resources outsourcing firm in Atlanta, proudly announces its grand opening and partnership with PEO brokerage firm NetPEO. Charles Barton Rice, Jr. and his partners decided to launch Einstein after finding a lack of quality PEO services in the Atlanta area.

"Einstein HR was born out of a need in the Atlanta marketplace for a full service HRO company. Through market research and years of experience in the PEO industry, the owners of Einstein were disappointed to discover that PEOs in the Atlanta area were not providing the kind of service that clients deserve," said Layne Davlin, President of NetPEO. "Because of this, Einstein Human Resources was launched with one goal in mind: to help client companies cost-effectively outsource the management of payroll, workers' compensation, human resources and employee benefits while providing the best customer service possible. We are thrilled to be able to offer quality PEO services to the Atlanta community by adding Einstein HR to our network of providers."

Einstein HR is a full service Human Resource Outsourcing company, providing the following services:

  • Payroll Administration
  • Employee Benefits Administration
  • Group and Individual Health Insurance Administration
  • Workers Compensation Administration
  • Human Resources Administration
  • and Additional HRO Services

To contact Einstein HR, please call 770-962-1700 or 877-687-3622 (EMC2) or visit our website at http://www.EinsteinHR.com.

About Einstein HR:
Einstein HR is a professional services firm that designs and implements human resource outsourcing solutions for clients in the small and mid-sized markets. Our staff has over 30 years of experience in the PEO industry, and we are certain that we can find a solution that will work for you. We have designed and implemented HR strategies and best practices for both large and small companies. We have worked with clients to alleviate legal compliance issues, establish employee benefit plans, and develop employee handbooks. From a la carte services to an all-inclusive HRO strategy, we can help your company, call 770-962-1700 or visit our website at http://www.EinsteinHR.com.

About C. Barton Rice, Jr.:
C. Barton Rice, Jr. is an executive partner of Einstein Human Resources. He is also the executive director of the Charles and Catherine B. Rice Foundation, which has funded the initial stages of the Early County 2055 project. In addition to EC 2055, Barton is also an active member of Vistage (formerly known as TEC) and consults and collaborates with small business owners all over the U.S. Barton worked at the family business - Barton Protective Services Inc. (BPS) - from 1985 until its sale in August of 2004. While at BPS, Barton held management positions in Human Resources, Operations and Sales among many other roles. In 2002, he became the Chief Strategy Officer at the company's corporate offices in Atlanta. He received an MBA from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University in 1999 and graduated from The University of Georgia in 1992 with a BA in Geography.

About NetPEO: NetPEO is a national HR outsourcing brokerage firm. NetPEO is not an individual PEO, but a network of highly qualified PEOs. Located in Lawrenceville, Georgia, NetPEO connects clients with HRO companies that provide HR services to meet their business needs. NetPEO offers their clients the kind of knowledge and expertise normally reserved for large corporate HR departments without the inherent expense. CEO Layne Davlin is a recognized expert in HR outsourcing, and the NetPEO team not only has the formal training necessary to help our clients succeed, but they also have the practical experience that it takes to offer their clients the solutions they need to keep their businesses successful and growing. For more information, call 866-463-8736 or visit the NetPEO website at http://www.NetPEO.com.


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Visit website