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What is a PEO and how does it work?
A Professional Employer Organization (PEO) provides all-inclusive services for the small-medium sized business. These services include payroll, tax administration, HR, risk management, health insurance, workers’ compensation, and more. By removing those items from your plate and outsourcing them through a PEO, you can focus your time and energy on your core-competency and grow your bottom line. The relationship is a form of co-employment between you, the business, and the PEO, laid out in detail within the Client Service Agreement (CSA). Put simply, you share some responsibilities and gain confidence knowing that you have a team of professionals on your side.
What are the benefits?
PEOs benefit from economies of scale when securing and negotiating health insurance, workers’ comp, and retirement plans. Therefore, working with a PEO means you will be able to offer yourself and your employee’s competitive pricing across the board.
A PEO can help benefit your business by increasing growth, increasing revenue, and decreasing employee turnover allowing you the ability to focus on your core competency. Instead of focusing on employee relations, health benefits, workers’ compensation claims, payroll, payroll tax compliance, and unemployment insurance claims, let us find a solution that takes all of that off your plate so you can focus on your core, revenue-producing business.
Ready to find out what joining forces with a PEO can do for your business?
Working with a PEO allows you to focus on the core aspects of your business.
You peacefully maintain your focus on delivering quality to your clients and maximizing your return on investment. Not all PEOs are alike and vetting your options is important to develop a relationship that meets your unique business needs. We are confident that we can show you the true value a PEO can bring to your business. 60 seconds of your time is all we need to get started.
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