SOS Educational Webcast: HR, Payroll or Stock: Questions to Ask When Considering Outsourcing

Tue, Jun 6, 2017 10:59 AM PDT


Description:

How do you best provide HR, Payroll and Stock Administration services for your company? If your company is very small, has employees in many locations, or is trying to cut costs, having full time on-site HR, Payroll and Stock Administration employees may not be practical or cost effective. In this webcast we will uncover the questions you should ask yourself, those around you and potential service providers to help you decide if outsourcing these functions is right for your company. Who, what, where, why and how will all be revealed.


(One hour of Certified Equity Professional continuing education credit is available for attending. See the CEPI website for more information on CEP continuing education requirements.)

So Quotable: 

Vanessa Harrison of SOS says, “When done right, outsourcing offers efficiency, cost savings, compliance management, and the ability to focus on your core business all in one package. In this webcast, we will cover the pros AND cons of outsourcing and what to consider above all else.”

Speakers:

  • John Cunningham, Oclaro

  • Tonya Epps, CEP, Stock & Option Solutions, Inc.

  • Vanessa Harrison, Stock & Option Solutions, Inc.

Speaker Bios:

John Cunningham, Oclaro

TBD

Tonya Epps, CEP, Stock & Option Solutions, Inc.
Tonya Epps began working in equity compensation in 2002. She currently works for Stock & Option Solutions as the Nashville Operations Outsourcing Manager. Tonya received her CEP Designation in 2014.

Vanessa Harrison, Stock & Option Solutions, Inc.
Vanessa Harrison is the Human Resources Business Partner for Stock & Option Solutions. Being an HR professional in a small organization often means wearing many hats, and Vanessa loves that every day brings new challenges and the opportunity to help create a positive employment experience for the SOS Team.













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