HR Administration

5MM: Zenefits in the News Again

By Rick Bell

Dec. 22, 2016

Workforce editors Frank Kalman and Rick Bell focus on Zenefits and its latest scrape with regulators in the state of Washington. The benefits broker will now charge $5 per employee. The good news is, David Sacks tweeted that he will remain as chairman. They also reveal Google’s top search words in 2016. Surprisingly, none had to do with Zenefits, or HR in general for that matter.

 

Rick Bell is Workforce’s editorial director. For comments or questions email editors@workforce.com.

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