Prestige Employee Administrators, Inc., A Professional Employer Organization (PEO), Announces New Director of Human Resources Client Services

Prestige Employee Administrators, Inc, a world-class Human Resources outsourcing firm that offers support to small and medium sized businesses, has named Lydia Dougherty, a 20-year human resources professional, as its Director of Human Resources Client Services.

Ms. Dougherty has proven successes in overseeing all aspects of Human Resources, including employee relations, recruitment and the implementation/administration of policies and procedures. She holds a B.A. Degree from State University of New York at Stony Brook in Psychology, and an EEO Studies Certification from Cornell University. Ms. Dougherty has worked in diverse corporate environments throughout her career, including Marchon, Cablevision, Luxottica USA, American Home Mortgage and Olympus America. Ms. Dougherty also created the first HR infrastructure for a multi-billion dollar wholesale business. By converting benefits to outsourcing alternatives she was able to reduce company costs in excess of $500,000 and decrease payroll costs by 45%.

Prestige is excited to appoint Ms. Dougherty to this new position and utilize her extensive Human Resources experience to enhance Prestige’s client relations.

About Prestige Employee Administrators, Inc.
Prestige Employee Administrators, Inc. is a full service Human Resources outsourcing firm that offers strategic Human Resources support, payroll services, employment compliance services and outstanding benefit programs to small and medium sized firms. As a PEO – Professional Employer Organization, Prestige combines the purchasing power of many smaller companies and can often deliver this expertise at little or no incremental cost to its clients. When partnering with Prestige, companies receive a comprehensive array of services to care for their staff and ease the burden that complex, time-consuming and costly employment related rules, regulations and filing requirements place on a firm. For further information, please visit