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Tired of Submitting Tickets for HR support? Partner With Real People at Nextep

Drew + Elybeth Providing HR Support

When you need HR support, you want to talk to a real person who is happy to help you, not submit a ticket to a dead-end help inbox or get stuck in a robo-receptionist call loop. Unlike our competitors, when you call Nextep, you’ll talk to a real person every time. Our clients are not just a number to us — they’re our number one priority.

Nextep has a team of passionate and dedicated experts who are always ready to help. Each of our team members is unique, but they all share a deep commitment to elevating the employment experience and enriching people’s lives.  Ever wondered what it would be like to talk with a Nextepper? Meet two incredible members of our support team, Drew and Elybeth!

Meet Drew, Operations Support Supervisor

Drew (also known as Drew Hollywood) loves good food, hates elevators, and is an expert at enriching the lives of Nextep clients! He is on the frontlines of our support team and helps hundreds of our clients every week.

 

Meet Elybeth, Implementation Coordinator

Elybeth is known around Nextep for her positive spirit, heart for giving back, and for being a pro at elevating the employment experience! She helps new clients get acclimated to the Nextep experience and sets each one of them up for success! 

Nextep provides businesses with a dedicated service team of fun, passionate, and hardworking people who provide everything from HR and benefits guidance to payroll and compliance support. You really just can’t top Nextep’s service. Our Net Promoter Score is consistently in the high 80s, which is significantly higher than most of our competitors. Nextep has real, supportive people which makes for really happy clients. 

Schedule a meeting with one of our experts today to upgrade your PEO experience! 

UPGRADE YOUR HR SUPPORT

Elevating your employment experience and enriching your life is our “why”, and we strive to do that every day. If you’re ready to upgrade to real HR support, schedule a meeting with a Nextep expert or give us a call at 888.811.5150 today!

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