HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Insperity, Inc. (NYSE: NSP), a leading provider of human resources and business performance solutions for America’s best businesses, today announced that its president, Richard G. Rawson, has elected to retire on May 18, 2018, after having served as an executive officer of Insperity for over 28 years. As president, Mr. Rawson has led the company’s gross profit enhancement division and managed the company’s relationships with insurance carriers. Mr. Rawson will continue to serve as a member of Insperity’s board of directors.
“For over a quarter century, Richard’s leadership and contributions have been significant to the growth and profitability of Insperity,” said Paul J. Sarvadi, the company’s chairman and chief executive officer. “On behalf of the Board of Directors, I want to extend our deep appreciation to Richard for his commitment and contributions to the success of Insperity over these many years, and we wish him the very best in his well-earned retirement. We also look forward to Richard’s continued service as a member of the board of directors.”
Insperity also announced the appointment of James D. Allison as senior vice president of gross profit operations, which will also be effective on May 18, 2018, at which time he will begin reporting directly to Mr. Sarvadi. Mr. Allison, who is 49 years old, joined Insperity in 1997 and has served as Insperity’s senior vice president of pricing and cost analysis since 2011. Prior to his current position, Mr. Allison, a certified public accountant, held various senior positions in Insperity’s finance department.
“Jim has had a distinguished career here at Insperity,” said Mr. Rawson. “For the last seven years, Jim has been a key member of our gross profit enhancement division, and he has done an outstanding job in his current role of leading the company’s pricing and direct cost analysis teams. In this new role, Jim will assume my current responsibilities over the company’s gross profit drivers, which include the company’s pricing, benefits plans, and workers compensation and other insurance programs. I look forward to continuing to work with Jim over the next several months as he transitions into this expanded role and thereafter as a board member offering him support in the management of Insperity’s strategic insurance relationships.”
Insperity, a trusted advisor to America’s best businesses for more than 31 years, provides an array of human resources and business solutions designed to help improve business performance. Insperity® Business Performance Advisors offer the most comprehensive suite of products and services available in the marketplace. Insperity delivers administrative relief, better benefits, reduced liabilities and a systematic way to improve productivity through its premier Workforce Optimization® solution. Additional company offerings include Human Capital Management, Payroll Services, Time and Attendance, Performance Management, Organizational Planning, Recruiting Services, Employment Screening, Financial Services, Expense Management, Retirement Services and Insurance Services. Insperity business performance solutions support more than 100,000 businesses with over 2 million employees. With 2016 revenues of $2.9 billion, Insperity operates in 62 offices throughout the United States. For more information, visit http://www.insperity.com.
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