Hiring · Payroll

Any recommendations for a Payroll Provider for Start-Ups?

Betty Francisco Founder and President of FitNation Ventures

January 28th, 2016

I am looking for recommendations for a cost-effective employee payroll and benefits provider for my start-up. TriNet is an option but would like some feedback on anyone using them and suggestions for other providers.  Thanks!

Steve Simitzis Founder and CEO at Treat

January 28th, 2016

Gusto.com (formerly Zenpayroll) is perfect for startups. Excellent customer service and great product.

Chris Tsakalakis Internet Entrepreneur and CEO

February 3rd, 2016

My previous startup used Zenefits and it was horrible.  We just switched to TriNet and they seem much better. At minimum, they have better and lower cost options for health insurance.

Eric Levenson

January 28th, 2016

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Brett Fox Respected, Results-Oriented CEO, Entrepreneur, Author, and Coach

January 28th, 2016

Betty I've used TriNet. They are really good and somewhat startup friendly. They also have good benefits packages to choose from for healthcare. Brett Sent from my iPhone

Mike Ryan

January 28th, 2016

Using Gusto now and seems simple & like the UI so far. Using Trinet for several startups I have been an investor or advisor and very good solution as companies have scaled from few founders to one that had IPO in 2014.

George Lambert Interim CTO - CTO's for Hire

January 29th, 2016

Trinet 

Stephen Mitchell

January 29th, 2016

I have used Nebs Payweb - very low cost through Costco and very good customer service.

Noah Webster Co-Founder and CEO at Joir

January 29th, 2016

I'd recommend Gusto.

Diane Heller Teacher

January 29th, 2016

gosh - don't know anyone for that. Warmly diane

Katie McKown Operations and HR Executive

January 29th, 2016

I just switched from Compupay (Benefit Mall) to Paylocity for payroll and HR functions but I still use a broker for my healthcare benefits & FSA; I know there is a module to administer the benefits in Paylocity but I do not believe they are a benefit provider. If I wasn't attached to my broker I would have probably gone with Zenefits as the payroll part is free from what I remember.