Boston, MA, September 26, 2013 – HR Knowledge, Inc., a rapidly growing provider of payroll, benefits brokerage and HR consulting services to clients throughout New England, will again serve as a Silver Sponsor and Exhibitor at the prestigious MIT Sloan CFO Summit. As the longest-standing sponsor of the Summit, HR Knowledge has supported the event for the last 11 years. The 2013 Summit, which will focus on “Powerful Agility,” is set for November 21, 2013 at the Boston Marriott in Newton, Massachusetts.

Jeff Garr, CEO of HR Knowledge, said, “We are proud to be a longtime signature sponsor of and exhibitor at the MIT Sloan CFO Summit. This conference ideally aligns with our company’s mission to provide payroll, benefits brokerage and HR consulting services to help business owners and CFOs save money, operate more efficiently, and minimize risk. We look forward to another successful conference.”

The MIT Sloan CFO Summit is the nation’s premier CFO event, bringing together over 600 CFOs, CEOs, Presidents, senior financial executives, and investors. For more information, please visit http://www.mitcfo.com/2013/cfo/Default.aspx.

This announcement follows HR Knowledge’s September 17, 2013 notice that the company was named to Boston Business Journal’s (BBJ) 2013 list of Top 20 Employee Benefits Firms, a designation which recognizes the largest companies in Massachusetts. Although this is the first time that HR Knowledge has been on the list, the company made an impressive showing, ranking #14.

About HR Knowledge, Inc.
HR Knowledge, Inc. is an administrative services organization (ASO) that provides clients with integrated, affordable HR services including payroll, employee benefits, and human resources management. Supported by its signature “concierge client service,” HR Knowledge serves clients that lack the internal resources to address the vast array of complex HR issues, including among others, small- to mid-sized businesses, nonprofits, charter and private schools, and high tech companies. By partnering with HR Knowledge, organizations are able to better control capital costs, minimize legal risk, and operate more efficiently.