Account Manager (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – October 3, 2013
Working for Insperity is great because you learn something new everyday. Management is open to new ideas and you get support from everyone in the office. My co-workers are the ones that make this a fun job.
The upper management appear to push for a more relaxed collaborative environment. But local management is only concerned about maintaining the status quo rather than in getting things done. No consideration for lower level employees
Service Associate (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – April 7, 2016
I have worked for Insperity (formerly Administaff) for over 10 years and cannot image working anywhere else ~ truly an employee driven culture. Great benefits, the ability to continue volunteer efforts, .. just an awesome culture overall. Every job has its challenges, otherwise they wouldn't call it work, but that's what also makes it so rewarding ~ as is the annual bonus program!
Senior Human Resource Specialist (Current Employee) – Western Region – March 17, 2016
Insperity is the Premier PEO offering best-in-class client services. No other PEO compares in the areas of customer service and expertise and this is what we strive for. Upper Mgmt is a bit of an old boy's club but they are generally good to the employees and want to do the right thing. The company and my manager allow me to do what I do best and practice my profession (HR consulting) with minimal interference and micro management.
work-life balance, amount of PTO, work flexibility, health benefits, 401K match
lower than average pay, advancement opportunities are tough to come by, IT platform and services are atrocious
Associate Software Analyst (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – June 27, 2016
This is an awesome company to work for! Managers actually want to see you succeed and watch you grow. Warm culture and workers are encouraged to volunteer within the community. Benefits are also incredible! I highly recommend this company.
This company manages the benefits for NKDHC, they are unethical and unprofessional. The job description for NP is a farce, you are nothing more than a glorified rounding nurse at area hemodialysis clinics. You are not considered part of the physician group, but rather only a "physician extender". If your an NP and desire professional growth this is not the job for you!
Business Performance Advisor (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 30, 2016
Insperity is a good company overall but like most companies there are a few rotten apples in the bunch in terms of co-workers. The "good-ole-boy-club" clicks exist throughout the organization and one is out of luck to end up on one of these teams. The majority of the company is awesome.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Texas – February 18, 2016
Insperity, Inc., previously known as Administaff, Inc.,is a professional employer organization with its headquarters in Houston, Texas. Insperity provides human resources services to small and medium-sized businesses.
Business Performance Advisor (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – March 10, 2016
Great benefits and vacation. High Turnover. Heard the CEO on stage at a sales convention quote ' we need to do something about our 46% annual turnover of BPAs. If you have a lot of contacts that own small and very successful businesses this could be a great fit for you. Don't expect any leads you will not get any, especially if you are new. The model for this organization is to bring in very experienced and polished sales people - pay them a good salary and give them about a year to succeed and at least half quit or get fired in that 1st year. Why??? Because this is a very difficult sale with a LOT of prospecting. A handful of people make a great deal of money but not many. You have to be one of the absolute best 'hunters' ever or have a lot of great contacts in the right type of small businesses. Not for account manager types or relationship builders. For fearless relentless hunters or people that have an incredible number of contacts that own small businesses with 10 to 50 people. As for my approval rating of the CEO it's lukewarm. Good and bad to say.
Business Performance Advisor (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – July 30, 2015
This is a good company that pays fairly at the start. Setting meetings to hear the sales pitch from a 10 year sales person. Everything is split, in the end all your leads go back to the tenured sales management staff.
Local management and nearly 90% turnover after year 2