I work for Insperity in our Silicon Valley office. We partner with growing companies to provide all the tactical components of HR. I would agree with Gerrit in saying that this is not something most companies look at in terms of 'year 1' or 'year 2' but rather as something they need to put in place as soon as their level of funding justifies it. HR service and healthcare benefits are a significant investment for an early stage company. However, in Silicon Valley most employers know that employee benefits are a key factor in attracting and retaining top talent because startups compete in the same labor pool with companies like Google, Apple, & Intel that offer impressive packages. We help early stage companies offer their employees Fortune 500 level benefits and help them gain the competitive edge they need.
Answered 9 months ago, Edited 9 months ago by Scott Taylor
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