HR Outsourcing Firm Redesigns Web Site

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<p><strong>West Hollywood, Calif. &mdash; June 20</strong><br />CPEhr, a California-based independently owned HR outsourcing and employee leasing firm, has unveiled two initiatives that will enhance its educational HR services for the growing base of California&rsquo;s small and midmarket employers.<br /><br />CPEhr has set in motion a Web site redesign and in-house training seminars to provide clients and California-based employers with the most up-to-date information regarding California&rsquo;s challenging business environment.<br /><br />CPEhr, which has been providing HR services to its California clients since 1982, accomplished its first priority of improving the Web site experience by simplifying its design and adding relevant content, including human resource links, articles, press releases and the company&rsquo;s most recent white paper on the employment challenges faced by California employers and the growing trend of HR outsourcing. </p><p>The Web site also features seamless navigation, more-focused content and a cleaner interface for a user-friendly experience.<br /><br />&ldquo;There were two motivations behind upgrading our Web site,&rdquo; said Ari Rosenstein, CPEhr director of marketing. &ldquo;First, we want to offer a more enjoyable user experience and second, we want to offer our clients more online self-service and the opportunity to advertise and interact with other CPEhr clients and employees.&rdquo;<br /><br />The technological advancements of the site mean a faster loading experience for users. </p><p>From the home page, companies with fewer than 100 employees are directed to content that&rsquo;s customized for their special needs. </p><p>For employers with more than 100 employees, their starting point outlines key employment strategies.<br /><br />CPEhr&rsquo;s in-house training seminars are focused toward employers who want their supervisors to attain the highest levels of managerial and interpersonal skills. </p><p>The seminars, which are free to both clients and outside business representatives, have become so popular that the company is forced to move them to a larger venue in the future. </p><p>The educational content can also be accessed via a secure conference line.<br /><br />&ldquo;Providing management training and employee development seminars are an important activity that can boost staff productivity and loyalty,&rdquo; Rosenstein said. &ldquo;However, proper training conducted by a certified human resources trainer can be costly, and most businesses never provide it. CPEhr has always offered training for its clients and recently opened its doors to all California employers.&quot;</p>

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