Longnecker & Associates Named One of the 2020 Best Companies to Work for in Texas for Tenth Consecutive Year

Longnecker & Associates was recently named one of the 2020 Best Companies to Work for in Texas for an unprecedented tenth consecutive year. The awards program was created in 2006 and is a project of Texas Monthly, the Texas Association of Business (TAB), Texas SHRM and Best Companies Group. This statewide survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize...

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REMINDER: Brent Longnecker Presenting on Total Rewards for the HR Virtual Summit Tomorrow

Register now for the world’s largest HR conference TOMORROW and join us when our Chairman and CEO, Brent Longnecker, presents at 2:30 p.m. CST. Details of his session are below. 2020: A New Evolution in Total Rewards In this engaging session, Brent Longnecker will address some of the most dynamic workplace issues that are redefining total rewards of tomorrow. Topics will...

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Longnecker & Associates Recognized by Consulting® Magazine as One of the Fastest Growing Firms of 2019 for the Third Consecutive Year

Longnecker & Associates was named one of the Fastest Growing Firms by ALM's Consulting® magazine for the third year in a row (press release here). The award is a global recognition of the industry's top movers and shakers in terms of revenue and growth between 2015 and 2018. Longnecker & Associates qualified for the ranking with a 57 percent growth....

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Brent Longnecker Presenting on Total Rewards for the HR Virtual Summit Nov. 14

Register now for the world's largest HR conference and join us when our Chairman and CEO, Brent Longnecker,  presents at 2:30 p.m. CST. Details of his session are below. 2020: A New Evolution in Total Rewards In this engaging session, Brent Longnecker will address some of the most dynamic workplace issues that are redefining total rewards of tomorrow. Topics will include...

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ISS Sues SEC Over Guidance Targeting Proxy Advisers

Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. is pushing back against changes to the regulatory regime for proxy advisers with a new lawsuit challenging what it calls “unlawful” guidance from the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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