The announcement of G&A’s new partnership with Riverside was delivered with the news that the firm’s co-founder and CEO, Tony Grijalva, would retire on October 1. John W. Allen, G&A’s other co-founder and Grijalva’s partner for more than 25 years, is now the firm’s president and CEO.
The move to bring in a minority investor will provide G&A with the capital it needs to proceed with further expansion efforts as the company continues to deliver its world-class HR services and solutions to current and prospective clients, according to Allen.
“Our financial partners and we are optimistic about G&A’s future,” Allen said. “In three years, if we continue to grow organically and acquire other PEOs—successfully folding them into our firm—I’d like to think we’ll have more than 100,000 worksite employees. We are just outside that number now. Other PEOs are growing, too, but when we achieve our projected growth, we will be a more dominant player in the marketplace.”
G&A Partners, one of the nation’s leading professional employer organizations (PEO), has been helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses for more than 25 years. By delivering world-class services with trusted experts in HR administration, payroll, and benefits, clients now have the time and freedom they need to focus on what matters most—their employees, products and services, and their customers.
Headquartered in Houston, G&A Partners has offices throughout Texas, as well as in Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, Nevada, Utah, Wisconsin, and Latin America.