Albany to Exhibit at HR Florida 2007

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<strong>Fort Lauderdale, Fla. &mdash; Sept. 27</strong><br />Albany, an international contingent workforce management company, will exhibit for the first time on its &ldquo;home&rdquo; turf at the HR Florida State Conference and Expo, to be held in Orlando on Oct. 3-5.<br /><br />The 29th-annual conference is hosted by the HR Florida State Council, the state affiliate for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and attracts more than 1,500 human resources professionals throughout Florida.  <br /><br />Attendees represent virtually every industry and companies from small business to large industrial centers. The event offers a variety of presentations for recertification, as well as a vendor exposition.<br /><br />Albany&rsquo;s Employer of Record service enables companies to more efficiently and cost-effectively engage the contract talent they need, while minimizing the risks associated with contingent labor. <br /><br />Albany acts as a traditional employer, hiring the workers as their own W2 employees, capturing time and expenses, processing payroll, providing benefits and HR support to them.  <br />It also offers 1099 compliance services and software and global expertise in workforce management, working with companies in over 70 countries.<br /><br />Albany, whose East Coast operations are based in Fort Lauderdale, has not exhibited in Florida before.  <br /><br />&ldquo;It&rsquo;s a real plus to have an event of such significance in our own backyard,&rdquo; said Jason Posel, Albany senior vice president.  &ldquo;Well-respected shows like this one are invaluable to us as we continue our expansion into the U.S. market.&rdquo;

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