What is a PEO?
A PEO is a single source provider that provides employee benefits, human resource advice, payroll processing, workers’ compensation coverage with risk management services along with compliance consultations. The PEO’s support services are provided to small through midsize companies through the use of a co-employment relationship. The PEO processes your ... (continue reading)
I'm with a PEO. How Can I Fully Understand What They Are Charging?
If you own a business with more than 10 employees there is a possibility that a PEO can be of benefit to your company. Working with a PEO can bring hard and soft cost savings along with decreased risk and a more efficiently administrated business. With all these great attributes there can also be additional costs that creep up over time. (Continue Reading ...)
There are many reasons to consider using a PEO. Depending on the type of company you are running, a PEO can bring value in various ways. Of course, the best way to understand fully how a PEO can help your company is to conduct an analysis and see if it makes sense for your particular situation. In an effort to answer the question of WHY, we have addressed all the common areas our clients have had concerns and seen a need to start working with a PEO. (Continue Reading...)
Our Guide to Saving Money with a PEO
We've created an ebook to give you, the employer, everything you need to know about how to reduce your labor costs and add value to your company and employees through a PEO. Here is a quick list of the benefits the book offers:
- Understanding the Real Role of a PEO
- What is the Real Value You Should Receive From Using a PEO?
- The Benefit of Using a PEO's FEIN
- The True Cost of Using a PEO
Do You Need an Analysis?
Whether you are with a PEO or out on the open market, you could be leaving money on the table. With the rapidly changing landscape of health care, employee benefits and workers' compensation, it really makes sense to take a close look at how much value you are getting for the money at least one time each year. If it has been some time since your last analysis, connect with us and we'll walk you through it.