ThinkHR Acquires HR That Works to Expand Employee Management Services

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ThinkHR has acquired HR That Works .

The cloud-based human resource companies both describe the move as a merger. In an official announcement, ThinkHR touts resources both offer for small and massive businesses wishing to rent the good employees. However the companies say in addition they offer resources to enhance productivity and decrease workplace conflicts. Each company says it provides its own specialty  services to businesses that can’t dedicate, but need, an entire-time HR person.

ThinkHR CEO Pete Yozzo said in a prepared statement that combining his company with HR That Works provides a single source for businesses wanting human resource services. He adds:

“With HRTW’s risk management expertise and legal perspective, its best-in-class platform would be an incredible complement to our existing platform and team of HR professionals and content contributors. This acquisition is another example of the way ThinkHR is usually seeking easy methods to deliver more value to our customers, creating an experience that’s as simple and simple to take advantage of because it is classy.”

In the deal, HR That Works Founder Steve Phin will join the team at ThinkHR as its vp of Strategic Solutions. Phin started HR That Works in 2001. The point was to supply services to employers and insurance brokers managing human capital risks not insurable through traditional programs.

Today, the corporate has grown to give a big selection of Web-based HR services to businesses. The company’s website says these include a database of HR-related videos, assistance with training of employees, employee performance and retention, leadership webinars and advice on ever-changing compliance issues.

ThinkHR say they feature live assistance that connects businesses with an HR professional who can work with them to solve employee issues quickly. The corporate posts on its site that it has compiled a database of answers to common HR questions its members can access as needed. ThinkHR notes in its release:

“This strategic merger will enable ThinkHR to expand its expertise into the valuables and casualty market and broaden its online resource library with video content and extra valuable reference material.”

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