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What is a Professional Employer Organization?

Professional employer organizations (PEOs) enable clients to cost-effectively outsource the management of human resources, employee benefits, payroll and workers’ compensation. PEO clients focus on their core competencies to maintain and grow their Businesses today need help managing increasingly complex employee related matters such as health benefits, workers’ compensation claims, payroll, payroll tax compliance, and unemployment insurance claims. They contract with a PEO to assume these responsibilities and provide expertise in human resources management. This allows the PEO client to concentrate on the operational and revenue-A PEO provides integrated services for clients to effectively manage critical human resource responsibilities and employer risks. A PEO delivers these services by establishing and maintaining an employer relationship with the employees at the client’s work site and by contractually assuming certain employer rights, responsibilities, and risks. Businesses across America have discovered the incredible value of PEOs because they provide:

– Relief from the burden of employment administration.

– A wide range of personnel management solutions through a team of professionals.

– Improved employment practices, compliance and risk management to reduce liabilities.

– Access to a comprehensive employee benefits package, allowing clients to be competitive in the labour market.

– Assistance to improve productivity and profitability.

Featured BLOGS

  • Five Key Compliance Considerations For Reopening Post-Pandemic

    Earlier this week, we discussed how companies in the early stages of reopening following the pandemic can reopen safely, with an eye towards observing social distancing. In this next posting, we wanted to examine the legal aspects associated with bringing your workers back in the office and what you can do now to ensure a seamless and compliant restart to your usual 9-to-5. Labor and employment attorneys at Cozen O’Connor, as well as the legal brains over at NOLO and some bright minds at Forbes, recently outlined several key tips for consideration when it comes to reopening: Follow state and

  • HR How-to: Observe Social Distancing in The Workplace

    As states start to dig out of the COVID-19 crisis and businesses begin thinking about opening their doors, we wanted to offer up some guidance on how you can safely and responsibly welcome back your workers. Of course, for many companies where staffed were deemed essential early on, it’s been, well, business as usual for quite some time, but these tips and tricks will do wonders to ensure that your workforce remains healthy as the rest of America returns to work. Alter your surroundings: While the pros go back and forth on just how far the virus can travel between people,

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