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Syndeo’s list of SHRM-certified professionals continues to grow

Syndeo’s list of SHRM-certified professionals continues to grow

Two more Syndeo employees are now certified through the Society for Human Resource Management. HR Business Partners Courtney Vitamvas and Thuy Tran passed their exams in June about two weeks apart and after months of studying. A SHRM certification is an industry-recognized credential for individuals who are considered an expert in the field of human…
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Syndeo named a Wichita Business Journal Best in Business finalist

Syndeo named a Wichita Business Journal Best in Business finalist

Syndeo is in the running for a Best in Business Award. The company is one of 15 finalists vying to be one of five overall winners in the competition, which judges businesses in south-central Kansas on financial performance, innovation and giving back to the community. Best in Business is a Wichita Business Journal awards program…
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Syndeo promotes from within for new payroll director position

Syndeo promotes from within for new payroll director position

Syndeo has a payroll director for the first time. Kate Rhea started in that role April 1 after spending the past four years as one of the company’s human resources business partners. She oversees Syndeo’s 10-person payroll department and is now part of the company’s leadership team. Rhea says while the department is different, the…
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Syndeo’s Steckley up for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society ‘Man of the Year’

Syndeo’s Steckley up for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society ‘Man of the Year’

One of Syndeo’s own is participating in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s largest annual fundraiser. Kevin Steckley, senior business development partner at Syndeo, is in the running for Man of the Year. That’s part of the Man & Woman of the Year philanthropic competition that raises money to support blood cancer research. The campaign officially…
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Syndeo president, NAPEO push lawmakers for PEO statute change in Kansas

Syndeo president, NAPEO push lawmakers for PEO statute change in Kansas

Kansas lawmakers are considering two bills that would amend and improve a statute pertaining to professional employer organizations and employment security tax filings. Syndeo president Bill Maness and industry representatives are among those advocating for the change. Maness testified before Kansas House of Representatives and Kansas Senate committees in Topeka this week along with Michael…
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