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G&A Partners Establishes New RPO Business Unit

G&A Partners, the Texas-based Professional Employer Organization (PEO) and Human Resource Outsourcer (HRO), announced today that the firm has established a new business unit, Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO). Through its new RPO division, G&A Partners will deliver value-added recruitment services to meet the growing demand for a more strategic hiring solution. G&A Partners' comprehensive RPO offering includes:

  • Job design and descriptions
  • Candidate sourcing
  • Job posting
  • Candidate screenings, testing and pre-hire assessments
  • Background checks
  • Interviewing
  • Final selection
  • Onboarding

G&A Partners' RPO solution is fast, easy-to-use, cost efficient and, most importantly, effective at identifying the best talent for growing companies. G&A Partners combines the most advanced technologies with proven HR processes and best practices to deliver a high-tech and high-touch solution that complements the services their clients are already receiving from the PEO.

G&A Partners differentiates its RPO solution by providing three affordable pricing options: a flat rate, a percentage of salary, or an hourly fee. And because G&A Partners is willing to customize a bundled offering or allow companies to select from an à la carte menu of recruiting services, its RPO solution can deliver the flexibility and scalability necessary to meet the unique of needs of any growing business.

“Businesses are beginning to recognize the strategic value a PEO can deliver,” said Tony Grijalva, chairman and CEO, G&A Partners. “Beyond alleviating the day-to-day concerns of human resources, compliance, payroll and employee benefits, G&A Partners can also help companies grow through the planning and calculated execution of smart recruitment strategies.”

Jose Laurel, Director of Recruitment Services, will head up G&A Partners' RPO unit. Laurel joined G&A Partners in 2007 after having held various sales and executive positions at several renowned professional services firms. Since joining G&A Partners, Jose has focused on designing, implementing and measuring growth strategies for G&A Partners clients. His areas of expertise include strategic planning, marketing and sales, succession planning, and Human Capital Management.

“For G&A Partners, doing our job well means anticipating clients’ needs and adapting our HR services accordingly,” said Laurel. “In some cases, that means investing in the most advanced human resource technologies or implementing the newest process improvements. In other cases, it means building an entirely new business line to respond to the demands of our clients’ growing business.”

About G&A Partners

As a trusted HR partner to growing businesses for nearly 20 years, G&A Partners helps companies minimize cost, increase productivity and reduce risk. G&A Partners is a national provider of PEO and HR Outsourcing services, delivering professional consulting, proven technical solutions, and accredited administrative support in human resources, employee benefits, compliance and payroll. By taking on these integral functions, G&A Partners relieves business owners of tedious, and often complex, HR and administrative responsibilities and allows them to focus their time and energy on growing their company. Headquartered in Houston, G&A Partners operates offices throughout Texas, Arizona, Utah and Minnesota.

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