Named “Best Business Consultants” by Salt Lake City Weekly

By November 16, 2018Press Releases

Salt Lake City, Utah – November 16, 2018 – took top honors last night in the 2018 Salt Lake City Weekly Best of Utah awards, winning the “Best Business Consultants” category. The award, which is voted on by readers of City Weekly, marks the first time has been singled out for this honor.

“We couldn’t be happier to be recognized for the services we provide our clients,” said’s CEO, John Farnsworth, who took second in the “Best CEO” category. “This award is a huge honor for us. What matters most to us is how our clients feel about our services and how their employees feel about the services we’re providing them. If we’re not meeting their needs, we’re not doing our jobs. Since these awards are voted on publicly, this says a lot to me,” continued Farnsworth. offers an alternative to a full-time HR department at a lower cost. Their outsourced HR business services give companies of all sizes access to industry-leading HR software, as well as personal advice and guidance from experts in human resources. Additionally, clients can select customized HR plans, which include payroll services, discounted and group employee benefit plans (including health, dental, life, FSA, 401K, and supplemental plans), and other services like workers’ compensation, risk management, personnel management advice and assistance, employee onboarding, management training and more. Clients also have options based on the level of service their company requires — whether it’s a full-service HR team under a PEO arrangement or an ASO option.


City Weekly won first place for “Best Business Consultants” and second place for “Best CEO” in Salt Lake City Weekly’s 2018 Best of Utah awards.

Best Business Consultants 2018

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