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  2. UKG - Wikipedia

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    The Blackstone Group (20–25%) [2] Number of employees. 12,000+ (2024) Website. www .ukg .com. UKG is an American multinational technology company with dual headquarters in Lowell, Massachusetts, and Weston, Florida. It provides workforce management and human resource management services.

  3. Kronos Incorporated - Wikipedia

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    Revenue. $1.433 billion (2019) [1] Owner. Hellman & Friedman. Number of employees. 6,000 (2019) [2] Website. www .kronos .com. Kronos Incorporated was an American multinational workforce management and human capital management cloud provider headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts, United States, which employed more than 6,000 people worldwide.

  4. PeopleDoc - Wikipedia

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    PeopleDoc. PeopleDoc was a cloud-based human resources service delivery and document management platform that was founded in France. In 2018, it was acquired by Ultimate Software for approximately $300 million. [1] UKG, the successor company of Ultimate Software delivers former PeopleDoc technology as part of their suite of solutions.

  5. David R. Goode - Pay Pals - The Huffington Post

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    From January 2008 to December 2012, if you bought shares in companies when David R. Goode joined the board, and sold them when he left, you would have a 30.7 percent return on your investment, compared to a -2.8 percent return from the S&P 500.

  6. Ultimate Software - Wikipedia

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    Ultimate Software. Ultimate Software was an American multinational technology company that developed and sold UltiPro, a cloud-based human capital management (HCM) software system for businesses. Headquartered in Weston, Florida, the company was founded in 1990 by Scott Scherr, and it released its first version of software in 1993.

  7. Paul Read - Pay Pals - The Huffington Post

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    From September 2012 to December 2012, if you bought shares in companies when Paul Read joined the board, and sold them when he left, you would have a 10.9 percent return on your investment, compared to a 1.5 percent return from the S&P 500.

  8. Douglas R. Oberhelman - Pay Pals - The Huffington Post

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    Douglas R. Oberhelman. Between 2008 and 2012 he made. $0. as a director, more than 0% of all directors. Paid CEOs an average of. $22,374,744. in the last year of his directorship, more than 74% of all directors. Increased CEO pay by an average of. $5,904,805.

  9. No room for privacy: How Airbnb fails to protect guests from ...

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    CNN reached out to more than 130 former employees who handled safety issues or fielded security concerns for Airbnb’s support line. Of the 24 who responded, nearly half said they couldn’t ...