CPEhr Re-Releases White Paper Detailing How HR Outsourcing Helps
Employers Through the Recovering Economy
Updated white paper discusses rapidly changing economy and how small and mid-size employers
benefit from outsourcing human resource functions
Los Angeles, CA, May 12, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Human resources outsourcing firms and Professional
Employer Organizations (PEOs) continue to grow in popularity as a way to cut employment costs, reduce
HR risks and improve efficiencies.
This is according to a newly updated white paper released today by CPEhr, a leading Los Angeles human
resources firm, entitled “Preparing for the Rebound: How Human Resources Outsourcing Can Help
Business Through Uncertain Economic Times.”
The white paper was originally released in early 2010. However, due to the rapidly changing economic
environment, the report was re-released, including updated economic data and trends. The white paper
analyzes these trends and provides a detailed analysis of employment priorities for the coming year. It
also reviews the value of outsourcing various functions to an HR outsourcing firm as a way to reduce
costs and liabilities, and to boost employee productivity.
Researched and compiled by Ari Rosenstein, CPEhr's Director of Marketing, the white paper draws from
CPEhr's extensive experience working with a wide range of companies in the small to mid-sized business
sector over the past 28 years.
“As the economy slowly improves, employers will continue to focus on cost-containment and improving
efficiencies,” says Rosenstein. “Our research points to outsourcing human resources as a cost-effective
and efficient way to reach those goals for the remainder of 2010.”
The white paper focuses on the role HR outsourcing and PEOs play in supporting three key employment
priorities: Stabilizing operating expenses, reducing employment risks, and enhancing employee
A free copy of the white paper can be downloaded at http://www.cpehr.com/white-paper.