Paychex Web Seminar: Get Your Business Unstuck
ROCHESTER, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- What you did to get your business to where it is today may not be what you need to get your business to where it needs to be tomorrow. In a free live web seminar hosted by Paychex, expert entrepreneur and author, Barry Moltz, identifies the most common ways businesses get stuck, causing their growth to slow.
During the web seminar, Moltz will discuss how making changes to ineffective patterns can help business owners get their businesses flourishing again. His key focus areas include sales, marketing, social media, finance, productivity, managing employees, and customer service.
The free web seminar is at 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, February 12. To register, visit https://www.paychex.com/secure/resources/register.aspx?t=seminar&i=getting-business.
Paychex, Inc. (NAS: PAYX) is a leading provider of payroll, human resource, and benefits outsourcing solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. The company offers comprehensive payroll services, including payroll processing, payroll tax administration, and employee pay services, including direct deposit, check signing, and Readychex®. Human resource services include 401(k) plan recordkeeping, section 125 plans, a professional employer organization, time and attendance solutions, and other administrative services for business. A variety of business insurance products, including group health and workers' compensation, are made available through Paychex Insurance Agency, Inc. Paychex was founded in 1971. With headquarters in Rochester, New York, the company has more than 100 offices serving approximately 567,000 payroll clients as of May 31, 2012. For more information about Paychex and our products, visit www.paychex.com.
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