Our clients share what excites them about their relationship with Insperity, from taking care of their people to simplifying HR and better benefits.
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Heilicher Minneapolis Jewish Day School counts on Insperity for HR support that allows the school to deal appropriately with employee issues while saving money.
Visier’s expansion from Canada into U.S. markets required support for HR tasks and compliance requirements that were gobbling the company’s time.
The former CFO of Protocol First credits Insperity’s services with making it easier to transition employees to a new company and navigate the required due diligence.
Alius Health had a simple mission: to always take care of people. And when they partnered with Insperity to aid in payroll processing, they were able to care for their most important group of people – their employees.
“[With Insperity], it’s not a vendor-buyer relationship; it’s a trusted partner relationship and trusted advisory. And that to me is extremely valuable when you’re starting to grow a business.”
Juan Sotelo – President & Co-founder, CyberDyme
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Let’s Eat, Grandma is a resume writing service based in Austin, TX that grew from two employees to 10 in less than one year. The Insperity Workforce Acceleration™ solution, particularly the HR resource center, helped the company scale quickly, and company management have become some of Insperity’s biggest fans.
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The CFO of DSM shares how Insperity services complement and serve as an extension of the team.
“You need to find a partner like Insperity that comes alongside you to help grow the business with you.”
Tom Palumbo – Founder and CEO, The InStore Group
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“(The Insperity relationship) is a way to have the kind of services in the company that I think we ought to have for the type of talent that we want to attract.”
Mike Townley – President, Creo
Forward-thinking business leaders understand the importance of clearly defined HR policies. Even if you have an instinctive understanding of how to handle challenging situations in the workplace, and trust your people to make good decisions, written policies and procedures are fundamental to your company’s success. They protect your business and educate new employees about different scenarios they may encounter at work.