Alan King Voted onto Distinguished HR Top 100 List

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<p><strong>Raleigh, N.C. &mdash; June 26</strong><br />Alan King, president of Workplace Options (WPO), a provider of work-life employee benefits, has been recognized by HR&#39;s elite and named to the HR Top 100 Most Influential list in the United Kingdom.<br /><br />King has been with WPO for five years. Before this position, he was vice president of resource services for Ceridian&#39;s LifeWorks division, where he oversaw the resource and referral, provider relations, external training, quality and customer service functions. </p><p>He joined Ceridian in 1998 as a result of its acquisition of Work Family Directions, where he was responsible for resource and referral and central database functions.<br /><br />&quot;We congratulate Alan on his achievement, and we&#39;re very proud to have him as part of the Workplace Options team,&quot; Dean Debnam, Workplace Options CEO, said. <br /><br />WPO, which is celebrating its 25th year anniversary in 2007, spans four continents and 80 countries, offering customizable solutions for all aspects of an employee&#39;s life &mdash; including childcare, elder care, financial, legal, wellness, identity threat recovery, training, concierge services and more.&nbsp;&nbsp; </p><p>In June 2006, WPO acquired Employee Advisory Resource (EAR) in London, one of the United Kingdom&#39;s largest providers of employee effectiveness services. </p><p>Also, in early 2007, WPO acquired Dublin&#39;s EAP Solutions, further extending its worldwide network of providers.</p>

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