Tired of HR paperwork cluttering up your desk & adding to your workload? Who isn’t? As your business grows, your staffing needs will grow with it, which is how Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) can help. They play a pivotal role in outsourcing your HR, payroll, and other operations support tasks to help your business stay lean, nimble & competitive.
Join Joe Beers, the founder & CEO of Integrity Outsource, as he discusses the role of PEOs in today’s marketplace along with offering insights for PEO leaders on how they can better serve their clients. Joe is currently the Arizona Leadership Council Chairman for the National Association of PEOs (NAPEO), which gives him a unique strategic insight into how PEOs can play a pivotal role in today’s fast-paced economy. If you need more help in your organization, learn how MyOutDesk can play a role in your business! Schedule your Double My Business Strategy Session now!
Joe Beers is a veteran and leader in the Professional Employer Organization (PEO) industry in Arizona since 1996. Prior to launching Integrity Outsource Mr. Beers served as a key executive in two other Arizona PEOs.
Joe spearheaded the only two pieces of PEO Legislation passed in Arizona history, benefitting PEOs and small business owners in Arizona. He has also been a featured speaker at industry conferences, has been a contributing author to PEO Insider Magazine, and has published numerous other articles on the PEO Industry and other business topics. His expertise in sales, marketing, organizational excellence and growing a company is an integral part of Integrity Outsources’ success.
Mr. Beers has extensive community service involvement including Sigma Chi International Fraternity, the Boys & Girls Clubs, Valley Leadership and Living Streams Arcadia Church. He was appointed by the Governor of Arizona and currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Arizona State Personnel Board. He is a member of the Executive Association of Greater Phoenix (EAGP) and serves as a Mentor at Seed Spot, a social entrepreneur incubator. Mr. Beers is married and has two children.