CBIZ FAQ

When did CBIZ become a public company?
Republic Environmental Systems (Nasdaq: RESI) split from Republic Industries in 1995, and in May of 1996, announced plans to merge with CBIZ Surety Group (a private company) to become the leaders in small and mid-sized business consulting services. That merger was completed in October of 1996. Upon merging, the newly formed company became International Alliance Services, Inc. (Nasdaq: IASI). IASI changed its name to Century Business Services, Inc. (Nasdaq: CBIZ) in December 1997. In August of 2005 the Company changed its name to CBIZ and began trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 4, 2006 under the ticker symbol "CBZ." Today, we’re one of the nation’s leaders in business consulting services.

Can I buy stock directly from the Company?
We do not have a system in place for purchasing shares of CBIZ common stock directly from the Company. Interested investors may complete the transaction through any stockbroker.

Where is CBIZ located?
CBIZ operates through CBIZ member company offices, which are located throughout the United States. Our corporate headquarters is located at 6050 Oak Tree Boulevard South, Suite 500, Cleveland, Ohio 44131. You can reach us by phone at (216) 447-9000 or by fax at (216) 447-9007. You can also learn more our business services online.

What services does CBIZ provide?
CBIZ is a leading provider of financial services and employee services. Learn more about products and services provided by CBIZ, including human resources, Sarbanes-Oxley Services, accounting software solutions, expert testimony, benefits and alternative dispute resolution consulting services.

Has there ever been a stock split?
CBIZ's last stock split occurred in June of 1996. CBIZ affected a 2-for-1 stock split to shareholders of record as of June 14, 1996.

Who should I contact with questions about my stock certificates?
Owners of common stock who require a change of address or other records or need information regarding their stock certificates should contact CBIZ's transfer agent:

Computershare Investor Services, LLC
250 Royal Street
Canton, MA 02021
888-726-8085
www.computershare.com

Who should I contact with anonymous complaints about CBIZ accounting, internal accounting control or auditing issues?
Under federal law, CBIZ has provided associates with a telephone hotline to anonymously report accounting, internal control and auditing complaints to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. Beginning on May 1, 2005 the CBIZ Employee Ethics Hotline will be maintained by Security Voice, an outside agency not affiliated with the Company. A special toll-free number and website will enable CBIZ employees to report violations of the Code of Conduct, particularly those regarding questionable accounting or auditing matters to a specially trained third-party; callers will not be talking to a CBIZ employee when they call. Other types of complaints (for example, human resources issues or suggestions for improving CBIZ non-financial processes) should be directed to the appropriate resources within your business unit or corporate office. Our Employee Ethics Hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may choose to remain anonymous when calling the hotline and any employee who reports possible or actual wrongdoing in good faith will not be retaliated against if they choose to share their identity. Associates may report a complaint by dialing 1-866-255-2611 or by visiting the Security Voice website at www.securityvoice.com/reports. The CBIZ Internal Audit Department will provide the Audit Committee with a report of all complaints received and the results of the investigation.