This web site is focused on providing
general information about Professional Employer Organizations. If you are getting ready to
hire a PEO and you need some final questions answered or if you are simply trying to
determine if a PEO will be a good fit for your company or organization, you have come to
the right place.
Your association and long-term relationship with your workforce is one of your
company's most important guarantees to stability and profitability. Hiring employees,
offering them the job benefits they are expecting, understanding the pros and cons of
which fringe benefits you can entice and retain them with, saving on worker's comp and
health insurance and, most importantly, covering your liability in case of a law suit
brought forth by an ex-employee.
Creating the right foundation for you organization is much more than just supplying
your workers with a desk and a computer or a uniform to wear. It is focusing on human
resources needs and meeting them with the background and experience only an experienced HR
staff can offer you. If you employ a staff but you don't have a human resource department,
hiring a professional employer organization is a great solution.
||A Professional Employer Organization
provides the perfect human resources outsourcing solution to your company: your employees
will receive superior benefits and support services, while offloading much of the
administrative paperwork. Learn more about professional employer
||Take advantage of the direct staff benefits:
you'll be able to attract and retain valuable employees, you'll have guidance through the
minefield of governmental regulations -- and don't forget the simple fact that, at the end
of the day, you will save money and time by focusing on doing more business instead of
more paperwork. More about the benefit for your company and
||A PEO is also called a co-employer, which
means that your company's employees are actually employed by two employers in a
contractual relationship. The PEO shares your employer responsibilities and liabilities,
human resource and personnel obligations of the work site employees and employer
regulatory compliances. More about the relationship with a PEO...
If you are looking for more specific information on Professional Employer
Organizations, such as options available to you or pricing levels for your company size,
please feel free to fill out our questionnaire. We will make sure
your questions are answered promptly.