PEO Employee Management is eazy when you hire a PEO

All business owners want to focus their time and energy on the "business of their business" and not on the "business of employment." Most business owners don't have the necessary human resource training, payroll and accounting skills, knowledge of regulatory compliance, or background in risk management, insurance and employee benefit programs to meet the demands of being a good employer. 

How Does the PEO Services arrangement work?

In the PEO arrangement, worksite employee, and client company relationship, there exists a co-employment relationship in which both the PEO and client company have an employment relationship and responsibility with the worker. The PEO and client company contractually delegate some and share other traditional employer responsibilities and liabilities.

The PEO assumes responsibility and liability for risk management, personnel management, human resource compliance, and payroll & employee tax compliance. The client company manages product development and production, marketing, sales, and service. Essentially, the PEO manages the business of employees, while the client runs their business and their employees’ specific job functions. The PEO establishes an employment relationship with the worksite employee and provides a complete human resource and employee benefit package.

Human Resources Management
Many business owners perceive human resources management as a hindrance to the core task of running a business. Modern human resource management can certainly pose a unique dilemma, requiring a business owner to possess payroll and accounting skills, knowledge of regulatory compliance and a background in risk management.
Business owners also need to provide necessary human resources training as well as insurance and employee benefit programs. For an ideal human resources solution, more and more business owners are turning to professional human resources management specialists. A Professional Employer Organization (PEO) takes care of your employees while you take care of your business.  

A company may utilize PEO Services to accomplish some or all of the following:

  • Control costs Save time to do paperwork

  • Reduce employee turnover

  • Attract better employees

  • Offer better human resource services

  •  Enhance employee morale

  • Simplify claims management for workers compensation and unemployment insurance

  • Offer better benefits to employees

  • Offer handbooks, forms, policies and procedures· Reduce accounting costs

  • Ensure compliance with state and federal laws and regulations PEO Benefits to Employees:

Employees of a company will benefit from PEO Services in the following ways:  
Better benefits usually of the Fortune 500 class, Improved employer/employee communications, Accurate and timely payroll, Professional assistance to mitigate employment-related problems, Professional and custom made employee handbook, Statutory compliance with state and federal laws, Updates on labor regulations and employees’ rights, Improved worksite safety,  No hassle claims processing.    

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