2023 W-2 forms have been mailed out to employee’s home addresses. All employees (current and terminated) can access their 2023 W-2 forms through the employee portal effective immediately.

April Newsletter

PES April Updates:

Our team is growing! Pinnacle Employee Services is excited to welcome new members to our team:

  • Allison Brown: Payroll Administrator
  • Tammie Alnutt: HR Business Partner

Please note that our office will be closed on Friday, April 15th. We will resume normal business hours on Monday, April 18th

Our Website Got a Makeover!

Some of you may have already noticed, but our website has gotten a makeover! Thanks to the team at The Lab Creative for designing an awesome website that will help us serve our clients better. If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out below!

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6 Ways to Support Employees During Challenging Times

Add ongoing current events to the everyday challenge of childcare, elderly care and even pet care is taking a toll on everyone’s mental health and well-being. A study by Mind Share Partners found that 76% of full-time U.S. workers report experiencing at least one symptom of a mental health condition in 2021, a 29% increase from 2019. With uncertainty in the air, here are six ways company leaders and HR professionals can approach supporting their employees during challenging times.

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Employers Are Enhancing 401(k) Plans to Attract and Keep Talent

Many U.S. employers are eyeing enhancements to their defined contribution (DC) retirement plans in an effort to boost their employees’ retirement security and financial well-being, as well as employee retention, new studies show.

More U.S. adults who use their company’s retirement plan would rather receive a higher employer match contribution (57 percent) than more paid time off (43 percent), a Fidelity fact sheet noted.

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