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Software startup Zenefits must pay the state $62,500 for violating insurance requirements, officials said on Monday.
Your work is a full-contact sport. You need a stress-relief plan that balances the inevitable rejection and enables you to renew your positive mindset.
The company seeks to avoid litigation and mend damage in the wake of revelations of cheating.
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Zenefits' new product can reduce the bimonthly task to less than five minutes, the company claims.
Zenefits has been in crisis mode for the last few weeks after removing its CEO and founder, Parker Conrad.
Chief Executive Parker Conrad has been replaced by David Sacks, a former executive at Yammer and PayPal who joined Zenefits a year ago as chief operating officer.
Zenefits benefits-management software might be a busy entrepreneur's best friend -- but is it a benefits provider's worst nightmare?
With employers facing new Affordable Care Act reporting requirements in 2016, one human-resources tech company is automating the process.
The expansion puts the online human-resources startup squarely in competition with larger rival Zenefits.
Zenefits, an HR software startup valued at $4.5 billion, has found itself in the crosshairs of payroll giant ADP.
If you don't get what we do then don't come a-knockin'.
The San Francisco startup offers free HR software to small and medium-sized businesses, and makes money by collecting commissions from benefits providers.
The Academy Award-winning actor and musician has invested in tech startup Zenefits, an automated human resources company.