Burton Goldfield

Burton Goldfield

President and CEO, TriNet

Burton Goldfield is president and CEO of San Leandro, Calif.-based TriNet, an HR outsourcing partner to small businesses. He is responsible for setting TriNet's overall corporate strategy and providing guidance regarding its human capital offerings.

19 Recent Stories

What Sectors of the Economy are Hot and How to Take Advantage
Grow Your Business

What Sectors of the Economy are Hot and How to Take Advantage

Job seekers and employees alike are discovering new and more efficient ways to adjust to a more robust hiring market.
There's No App to Explain This: The Gender Salary Gap in Tech
Technology

There's No App to Explain This: The Gender Salary Gap in Tech

Equal pay can prompt improved employee morale and retention. Plus, the employer limits exposure to discrimination claims.
Seven Employee Warning Signs
Business Management

Seven Employee Warning Signs

Over-stressed workers aren't just bad for morale, they could be bad for business. Here's how to deal with problem employees.
How Social Networks Can Boost Productivity
Leadership

How Social Networks Can Boost Productivity

Email is so last century. Is it time to try out new web tools for internal communication?
Three Trends Affecting Your Employees in 2011
Employment Law

Three Trends Affecting Your Employees in 2011

From health care reform to policies and training, use this checklist to manage your team.
Are You a Great Leader or a Competent Manager?
Leadership

Are You a Great Leader or a Competent Manager?

The difference lies in the ability to inspire employees, especially during difficult times.
As the Economy Gets Moving, Will Your People Do the Same?
Motivation and Retention

As the Economy Gets Moving, Will Your People Do the Same?

Five ways to keep your best and brightest motivated--and working for you
3 Questions About Health-Care Reform
Compensation and Benefits

3 Questions About Health-Care Reform

Small-business owners want to know how new legislation and the 'grandfather clause' will affect payroll.
Employment Law

Entrepreneurship Advice for the Class of 2010

Lessons from the trenches for today's college grad
Time for a Company Culture Audit
Leadership

Time for a Company Culture Audit

Ask your employees what your company is getting right--and what needs to change.
Compensation and Benefits

A Cost-Effective Retirement Benefits Package

The savings a Multiple Employer Plan offers can help you compete with Fortune 500 companies.
Reduce Health Care Premiums
Compensation and Benefits

Reduce Health Care Premiums

Communicate plan benefits and preventative measures repeatedly to avoid large claims.
Employment Law

The Compliance Conundrum

Drowning in red tape? Talk to an HR expert.
Managing Employees

Sound HR Practices for Good Times and Bad

The fundamentals of managing your employees don't change just because the economy is sour.
Human Resources

Human Capital Predictions for 2010

Three strategies for riding the crest of the economic recovery
Growth Strategies

Entrepreneurs Unsure About Health Care Reform

Survey: Many small-biz owners think the reform will make for a more complex system.
Growth Strategies

You Can't Afford to Skip Reviews

It's critical to hold employees to high performance standards--even in a down economy.
Growing Your Business

Boost Your Brand From the Inside

Your employees are one of your best marketing assets--put them to work.
Hiring Center

Find the Right Person in 6 Steps

The market has changed, but smart hiring strategies are timeless.

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