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What makes Abel different from other PEOs?

At Abel, our mission is to provide the very best of what a PEO relationship can offer at the best possible price to an ever expanding base of clients and leased employees. We will supply these services to our clients and our leased employees with the highest regard for the personal service that is expected from a family-owned and operated business.

We believe that in order to do justice to the employer relationship, all employer responsibilities must be assumed completely by Abel without the need for the Client to “read the fine print” of our service agreement. When exceptional issues occur, they will be handled with the clients’ and the employees’ best interests in mind.

We are not a company focused on selling insurance or financial services such as payroll and/or retirement planning. We are a firm that provides Comprehensive Human Resources Management that includes many of the benefits larger, more progressive companies use to their advantage.

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Featured BLOGS

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    Before we dive in to how the fourth industrial revolution is going to change the face of HR, let us first discuss what an industrial revolution represents, and how we are already up to the fourth iteration! Now, in general, a technological revolution refers to any significant change in “the material conditions of human existence can reshape culture.” In general, it is associated with a series of changes—either material or ideological—after the introduction of a new device or system. To date, Western culture recognizes several major revolutions, including the financial-agricultural revolution, the industrial revolution, the second industrial revolution (a.k.a.

  • Is the Annual Review Going the Way of the Dodo?

    In the last year, buzz has emerged suggesting that there is no place in business for the performance review. We’ve read the articles, we’ve reviewed the data, we’ve even chatted about it internally, and we’re on the fence, so we figured we’d present the facts and let you decide whether you can drop them from your corporate to-do list. They Aren’t Capturing Metrics that Count If your employees are engaged in a production or sales role, you could ostensibly review them based on numerical targets. However, these numerical targets don’t look favorably on the salesperson that rarely closes his/her own


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