exists to help businesses navigate the complex world surrounding employee benefits and human resources. We offer creative options, strategy sessions, bi-annual plan reviews, and a dedicated team for each client as well as a wealth of experience to help your company make informed, pragmatic decisions.

We are people friendly and technologically savvy. We offer a dedicated team that answers the phone because it is our company goal to respond quickly to our clients needs. We also use secured cloud technology to interact with our clients, logging all open and closed issues.

As a benefits broker, we go beyond traditional healthcare plans and spreadsheets. We strive to think outside the box executing a plan that will work best for you and your employees. Our goal is to establish a yearly strategy session and plan review (twice a year) that can provide better healthcare at lower prices and assist with long term planning. Many of our clients utilizeself- or level-funded plans, including wellness programs, HSAs, and innovations like Telemedicine.

We also offer in-house HR consulting.  Our approach to HR outsourcing is different; we work directly with the HR professional as their advocate. Our comprehensive and deeply knowledgeable approach to various disciplines is designed to ease the burden placed on the HR department. We take on the meaningful challenge of addressing growth, communication, policy, technology, day-to-day employee issues and effective leadershipdevelopment and planning.

To round-out our offering we handle payroll.  In the small to mid-size market, we understand that a business owner, CFO or HR professional will handle the payroll, HR and benefits tasks. Triton HR offers a solution that is simple, secure and cost-effective. Our in-house team handlesimplementation, weekly payrolls and customer-service.

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