Business.com names G&A ‘Best Outsourcing HR Partner for Employee Development’ for 2020
List of 30 PEO/HRO competitors whittled down to top three picks
Employee satisfaction and engagement are critical to building and maintaining a strong performing company. And nothing is more fundamental to generating feelings of satisfaction and engagement than providing your employees with opportunities for professional development.
Training programs offer those developmental opportunities, but many companies don’t have the time, expertise, or budget to coordinate first-class, relevant instruction and learning programs. But they do when they enlist G&A Partners as their professional employer organization (PEO) or Human Resources Outsourcing (HRO) company.
Business.com recently reviewed 30 HROs to determine their pick for “The Best HR Outsourcing Services of 2020.” After analyzing each company, they pared down their list to 19 services and then compared benefits administration, employee recruiting models, payroll management, and employee training, reducing their list to the top eight. From this list of eight, they derived the top three companies that would be their recommended “Best Picks” for small businesses, benefits administration, and employee development.
“G&A Partners is the best example of a service that offers training and performance-boosting guidance,” Matt D’Angelo writes in his G&A Partners Review for Business.com. “You can work with this company to get HR services, modern payroll technology, competitive benefits pricing, workplace safety measures, and risk and compliance management. It has impressive training programs, making it our best pick for HRO employee development.”
G&A Partners’ successful track record of designing and conducting proven training programs that meet clients’ organizational needs and the individual needs of clients’ worksite employees helped earn it this prestigious recommendation.
“In addition to great employee training programs, G&A Partners can provide performance management assistance for workers who have fallen behind,” D’Angelo says. “The company provides training in three main areas: safety training, skills-based training, and general HR training. It can support both in-person and web-based training sessions.”
This allows G&A to provide the essential training client employees need or desire for their personal successes, while client employers are able to focus on scaling their businesses and achieving their business goals.
“At G&A, we are constantly working to provide world-class services to our clients,” says John W. Allen, G&A Partners CEO. “Being chosen as the ‘Best Pick for HRO Employee Development’ makes us all very proud.”