|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 01:01 PM EDT||
MANSFIELD, Mass., Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HR Knowledge announced that it has been recognized on Inc. Magazine's "Inc. 5000" list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States. HR Knowledge earned the position of #3347, based on the company's 100% sales growth over the past three fiscal years. This is the first time that HR Knowledge has been named to the list.
"In the past few years, the market has embraced our integrated HR model with our concierge-level of service allowing our management team to continue to scale the business," said Jeff Garr, CEO and Founder of HR Knowledge. "Our clients include fast growing small and medium sized businesses, many of which are VC backed, charter schools and foreign companies expanding into the States."
Inc. Magazine has honored the fastest growing private companies in America with its "Inc. 5000" list for over 30 years. Companies who are named to the list have demonstrated strong revenue growth over a three year period.
"The changing HR landscape including the complexity of legislation, benefits administration and the pressure to find great talent have forced clients to reconsider what is truly core to their business," says Ken Bettenhauser, President.
HR Knowledge offers Integrated HR Outsourcing Services encompassing, managed payroll, employee benefits administration, HR support services including Hire Process Management. This unique model offers a high level of customer service through a dedicated Client Account Management structure. HR Knowledge's client retention rates are one of the highest in the industry. The business is experiencing strong demand and is looking for new talent in payroll processing, HR expertise, and sales professionals.
About HR Knowledge:
Founded in 2001, HR Knowledge (http://www.hrknowledge.com/) is a privately funded company that provides Integrated HR Outsourced Services. This covers, managed payroll, employee benefits administration, HR support services including Hire Process Management. Key markets for its services include fast growing small and medium sized businesses, many of which are VC backed, foreign companies expanding into the States and certain key education markets including Charter Schools and non profit enterprises. By partnering with HR Knowledge, organizations are able to better control costs, minimize legal risk, and develop their talent.
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