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Insperity to Open 5 New Sales Offices in 2015

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Insperity, Inc. (NYSE:NSP) , a leading provider of human resources and business performance solutions for America’s best businesses, today announced its plans to open five new sales offices in 2015. Two new offices will expand the company’s national footprint in two new markets, Philadelphia and Seattle. Three new offices will be located in existing markets, Chicago, Dallas and New York. With the addition of these offices, Insperity’s salesforce is expected to reach a record number of approximately 400 Business Performance Advisors.

“This expansion reflects our continued optimism about the growth of the company and the demand for our premium business performance solutions in the marketplace,” said Jay E. Mincks, Insperity executive vice president of sales and marketing. “This is an exciting time for the company, and with this expansion we will be able to help many more small and medium-sized businesses run better, grow faster and make more money.”

The new markets – Philadelphia and Seattle – provide a great opportunity for Insperity to introduce its comprehensive suite of human resources and business performance solutions to thousands of businesses. Expansion in the Chicago, Dallas and New York areas demonstrates the great demand companies in these regions have to take their businesses to the next level.

Once these offices open, Insperity will operate in 62 locations throughout the United States.

About Insperity

Insperity, a trusted advisor to America’s best businesses for more than 28 years, provides an array of human resources and business solutions designed to help improve business performance.

Insperity(R) Business Performance Advisors offer the most comprehensive suite of products and services available in the marketplace. Insperity delivers administrative relief, better benefits, reduced liabilities and a systematic way to improve productivity through its premier Workforce Optimization(R) solution. Additional company offerings include Human Capital Management, Payroll Services, Time and Attendance, Performance Management, Organizational Planning, Recruiting Services, Employment Screening, Financial Services, Expense Management, Retirement Services and Insurance Services. Insperity business performance solutions support more than 100,000 businesses with over 2 million employees. With 2014 revenues of $2.4 billion, Insperity operates in 57 offices throughout the United States. For more information, visit http://www.insperity.com.

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