With world-class universities like Princeton and Rutgers and prime location next to New York City and Philadelphia, New Jersey is a great place for small business owners to call home.
Don’t let the administrative tasks of human resources management hold you down.
Outsourcing HR functions to a professional employer organization (PEO) like GMS can help make your business simpler, safer, and stronger. We’ll take on the administrative burdens of managing HR, so New Jersey business owners can reduce HR costs, maintain compliance, offer cost-effective employee benefits, and most importantly, put the focus back on growing your business.
GMS' Cherry Hill, NJ, office provides comprehensive human resources services for small businesses in the Garden State, including:
- Payroll and Tax
- Human Resources
- Employee Benefits
- Risk Management
- Benefits Administration (for insurance brokers)
Cherry Hill, NJ
1930 Marlton Pike E, Suite W-111
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
Testimonials from New Jersey Business Owners
"Outstanding people at all levels of the company -Our company has had the pleasure to work with Hanna, Crystal, & Cynthia. Very knowledgeable on all questions. Quick response time and great customer service. If you're trying to grow your company I would highly recommend GMS!"
- Chelsea R
Blog Posts from the Cherry Hill, New Jersey PEO Office
The Garden State is now one of 17 states and multiple cities to outlaw pay history questions. While similar in many aspects, New Jersey’s version of the law does have some key differences that can help employers avoid potential penalties.
New Jersey takes wage theft very seriously. The state adopted the new Wage Theft Act (WTA) and amended its Wage and Hour Law back on Aug. 6, 2019, giving it some of the toughest laws in the nation regarding wage and hour enforcement.
The state of family medical leave has been in flux in New Jersey. To help, we put together a breakdown of what business owners need to know about the changes to family leave in New Jersey– and why it might be important to business outside the Garden State as well.
Business owners need to prepare themselves for more than just the initial wage boost on July 1, 2019. Here’s what New Jersey employers need to know about New Jersey’s plan to raise the minimum wage to $15 – and why business owners across the country should pay attention.