We switched to ADP from TriNet mainly because of the cost, but also because we were using Ambrose before it was acquired and became part of the TriNet ecosystem, and the switch was confusing and poorly handled. ADP handles 401K, payroll, and HR. The interface is not pretty and it is slightly confusing, but overall they do what you’d expect them to do.
VP of Technology - Gust
TriNet gets the job done. They have good deadline reminders and communication on recent changes in employment regulation and compliance. Their website on the other hand is not very well designed and it is hard to push changes without contacting support.
Controller - Polymaze
TriNet was good for the early days, but now that we are past 75 employees, we are thinking of moving on. At this stage we can start hiring HR professionals.
CEO & Founder - Pendo
12%Stacklist Startups Are Using TriNet
Some Seed-stage companies value TriNet for the way it manages every aspect of HR in one place, but it’s most often used by small- to mid-sized Series A and B companies who can afford its higher prices, don’t have their own HR staff and need a more robust service than TriNet’s cheaper alternatives.
TriNet pricing varies based on number of employees and negotiated rate. Call the company for a direct quote.
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