How PEOs Increase M&A and Exiting Company Valuation and Success
What are some of the risks resulting from poorly planned and executed M&As? Did you know that nearly half of all complaints filed with the EEOC were retaliation, and nearly half of the findings in recent years were discrimination based on retaliation? In fact, retaliation has been the most frequently alleged basis of discrimination in the federal sector since fiscal year 2008.
How can employers avoid discrimination and retaliation lawsuits that result from M&A’s?
What kinds of liability do employers have surrounding separations with M&A’s, and what can be done to minimize that risk?
What is the impact M&A’s have on the employees that survive layoffs? How can companies manage challenges resulting from reduced morale, decreased productivity, and increased workload? How can employers retain existing top talent when companies unify two diverse corporate cultures? How can we protect our client companies against potential financial liability and other repercussions?
Join us on March 17th for a panel discussion from PEO Industry Leader, Insperity to learn about the benefits companies receive from Professional Employer Organization (PEO) partnerships including:
- Increase business valuation
- Mitigate risk (retaliatory lawsuits from terminated employees)
- Ensure M&A success through the development and execution of unified culture and engagement strategies
Sheila Savar, Founder & Business Performance Advisor at Insperity
Sheila has enjoyed a diverse career in the technology and professional services industries, working for broad-ranging companies from startup ventures to the Fortune 100. In 2002 she founded The Savar Institute, a leadership and workforce optimization consulting and training firm. Sheila’s passion and mission is helping people and business to succeed and today she continues to fulfill both at Insperity where she has worked since 2014 as a Business Performance Advisor.
Kristen Piersante, HR Specialist, Employee Liability at Insperity
Kristen has over nine years of experience in the Human Resource field, specializing in employee relations, Federal/State regulatory compliance, liability management and training, policy implementation, and performance/talent management. She has extensive experience working with multijurisdictional start-ups to implement an effective HR Department that supports the company’s culture. Today, Kristen is an HR Specialist for Insperity, where she helps businesses grow by providing a consultative approach to business owners on employee relations and EEO issues, liability management, and regulatory compliance.
Marla Markoff, Performance Specialist at Insperity
Marla has over fifteen years of experience in the Learning & Development/Organization Development field from a corporate, government and consultative background. She has worked in a variety of industries. Currently, Marla is a Performance Specialist at Insperity and focuses on assisting small businesses to achieve their business goals while increasing employee engagement, motivation and productivity to positively impact business results.
Todd Myer, Certified Business Performance Advisor at Insperity
Todd has over 20 years of experience working with companies that are tapped into achieving their highest potential and requiring a customized approach that reflects the company's culture, strengths, weaknesses and opportunities. Todd has developed the ability to understand what there is to know about the organization: the vision, the mission, and the skills and potential of the people within the organization. Todd has worked with companies in diverse industries, such as technology, government contractors, M&As, Venture Capitalists, financial services, professional services, non-profits, to name a few. With his expertise he has helped companies achieve and exceed their expansion and growth goals.