We opened our doors here at Aspen HR three years ago in order to serve an unmet need in the market. We have grown significantly since our start and are now excited to have launched our new PEO offering. Similar to our launch three years ago, we have started our PEO in response to high demand from our clients and the market.
Professional employer organizations (PEO) provide HR services and solutions for small and mid-size businesses, saving both time and money. Outsourcing payroll and tax administration, benefits, HR, and regulatory services to a PEO allows business owners to focus on other aspects of running their business.
When companies are in need of a CEO and are vetting candidates, one assumes that the candidate with more experience is the obvious choice. Usually, having more experience is a good thing. But often, experience comes at a price, and it’s not just in a CEOs salary or bonus structure. According to Spencer Stuart, an executive leadership and recruiting firm, more seasoned CEOs tend to focus on what they did in previous roles and essentially use the same ‘playbook’ they used at their previous employers.
Boost Your Signal – Increase your Chances to Raise Fund II
Emerging managers with high media attention are 3 times more likely to raise a second fund.
Recent research by Professors Tom Vanacker, Daniel Forbes, Mirjam Knockaert, and Sophie Manigart points to a simple but surprising solution: boost the signal you are sending. Their research paper, “Signal Strength, Media Attention, and Resource Mobilization: Evidence from New Private Equity Firms,” was recently published in the highly respected Academy of Management Journal.
Aspen HR works with funds of all sizes and helps them to experience success and be better positioned for their future growth.
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