For the second consecutive year, we are proud to be named one of the largest privately held companies in Massachusetts. The Boston Business Journal (BBJ) ranked Genesis 36th on their list of the top 100 companies in this category for 2016.
Genesis President and COO Patty Hilger said:
“In addition to helping our clients comply with regulations and laws such as likely changes in health care brought on by the potential repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, our aim is to continually help our clients attract and retain employees by enabling them to focus on their core competencies.”
Added Genesis President and CFO Diane Stevenson:
“Genesis continues to experience significant growth, which is due in large part the to our value proposition and the growing interest in the PEO business model, especially here in Massachusetts. We are pleased and proud of this recognition by the BBJ.”
In response to the expanding Professional Employment Organization (PEO) market in the Commonwealth, the company has also taken a lead role by advocating for Massachusetts House Bill 3159 and Senate Bill 1041 An Act relative to the recognition and registration of professional organizations operating in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Hearings on the legislation are expected to begin in Spring 2017.
Since its incorporation in 1991, Genesis has served the needs of the New England Small Business community and their employees located throughout the United States. Our company has continually been accredited by the Employer Services Assurance Corporation since 1996 and has been the largest accredited PEO headquartered in New England since that time. The company has taken leadership roles in legislative and regulatory initiatives on behalf of the Small Business community in Washington, DC as well as Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Vermont.