Mansfield, MA, August 17, 2016 – For the third consecutive year, HR Knowledge has been recognized on Inc. magazine’s “Inc. 5000” list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country. HR Knowledge earned the position of #3876, based on the company’s 77% sales growth over the past three fiscal years.

“We are honored to be on the list again this year,” said Jeff Garr, HR Knowledge President and Chief Sales Officer. “Our goal has never been to be the biggest; our goal is to be the best service provider in the market. If we grow achieving this goal, then we have achieved success.”

Inc. magazine has honored the fastest-growing private companies in America with its Inc. 5000 list for over 30 years. The rankings are based on revenue growth for the previous four years.

This news follows the recent announcement of HR Knowledge, Inc.’s merger with Resource Navigation, Inc., an HR-focused software solutions firm based in Waltham, MA, expanding HR Knowledge’s offerings to include customized software. Earlier this year, HR Knowledge was listed on the 2016 “Fast 50” by the Boston Business Journal and the 2016 “Future 50” by SmartCEO magazine.

HR Knowledge offers integrated HR outsourced services encompassing managed payroll, employee benefits administration, and HR support and consulting services, such as a specialized recruitment service. This unique model is supported by its “concierge-level service,” making HR Knowledge’s client retention rate one of the highest in the industry.

About HR Knowledge
Founded in 2001, HR Knowledge, Inc. is a privately funded company providing integrated outsourced HR services tailored to our clients’ needs. Our full array of offerings includes managed payroll, employee benefits administration, and HR consulting and support services, such as training, compliance, custom-built software solutions, and Hiring Process Management™, our comprehensive recruitment service that takes you from finding to onboarding new talent. Our major markets are fast-growing small- and medium-sized businesses, many of which are venture-capital-backed; foreign companies expanding into the states; and charter schools.  Partnering with HR Knowledge can reduce your administrative costs, minimize your legal risk, help you find and develop talent, and alleviate the HR burden so that you can focus on your core business.

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Melissa Gillespie
Vice President, HR Services
HR Knowledge
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