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Many PEOs will be able to save clients money on their workers’ compensation premiums, while managing insurance claims, fraud investigation, return to work programs, safety inspections, and training. They can help you customize health and safety programs for your business, minimizing future losses related to employment practices. Leasing companies will become your full back office support team handling all things payroll, work comp, and human resources. When paired with our bookkeeping services, your business will have it’s back-office tasks completely handled so you can focus on what you do best as a business owner.
What is a PEO?
A professional employer organization (PEO) is a company that enters into a co-employment relationship with a business for one or several reasons. The PEO becomes the legal employer for tax and insurance purposes, while your business is the worksite employer, still in control of everything impacting the bottom line results.
How a PEO actually works.
The PEO focuses on removing the administrative burden of payroll, benefits, human resource compliance, and workers’ compensation. Being the employer of record, the PEO has master contracts with workers’ compensation carriers, and group benefits carriers creating a relationship where their clients can benefit from the group’s aggregate buying power. This allows the business to offer multiple medical plans, even national plans that you may not be able to access on your own. They will also take over the administration of all of these plans, assuming liability for them as the employer. As their client, you also benefit from their human resource expertise around compliance for ever-changing laws and regulations that on your own, would be responsible for.
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As a PEO brokerage service, we have access to over 100 different service providers. Comparing these options can be complicated as there are multiple cost factors to take into account, including, but not limited to: SUTA, workers’ compensation rates, administrative expenses, deductible levels, and delivery charges.
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