Broadleaf, a premier global provider of workforce and productivity solutions, has been recognized again by HRO Today magazine as a member of the 2014 MSP Baker’s Dozen list. The results were announced at the HRO Today Forum in Philadelphia and Broadleaf ranked 7th out of 13.
Organizations on the MSP Baker’s Dozen list are analyzed across three categories: breadth of service, size of deals, and quality of service. Results are calculated based on a set algorithm that weighs questions and categories in relation to levels of importance. Each company’s scores are determined solely by feedback from buyers of the rated services.
“We are so pleased that Broadleaf has again been recognized by HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen list as a leader in the MSP industry,” Lynne Marie Finn, President and CEO, Broadleaf Results, Inc. – a member of the Aleron company, said. “This recognition demonstrates the dedicated efforts of our team as they day in and day out go beyond to provide responsive contingent staffing and administrative services through our MSP model. Broadleaf’s mission is to connect people and business in ways that change lives and this honor affirms that our efforts meet and exceed the expectations of our partnering organizations.”
Founded in 1965, Broadleaf is a WBENC-certified provider of strategic workforce process solutions. The company’s strategic services enhance productivity through the provision of managed service programs (MSPs), vendor management systems (VMSes), independent contractor compliance programs (ICCPs), and other procurement/supply chain management solutions. Headquartered in Williamsville, NY, Superior maintains offices throughout North America, as well as in South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.