Let us find the best PEO to manage your payroll, worker’s comp, benefit plans, and HR tasks so you can get back to what you know best: your business.
We meet one-on-one to conduct a full analysis of your current situation. We look at payroll, worker’s comp, health insurance, and other benefits.
We provide side-by-side comparisons of multiple PEO options. We consolidate costs and various offers, so you can easily compare the type of PEO and programs you want to offer with the plan you currently have.
We decide together which PEO matches your needs. Then, we implement your plan and will be there next to you for the life of our partnership and act as an advocate on your behalf when needed.
Our clients, on average, grow 9% faster. We provide PEO options and you decide which plan makes sense for your business so you can get back to growing your company.
A PEO is a co-employer in all the good ways—it shares liability for employment management, income tax reporting, payroll, and related tasks. We take the stress out of the PEO hiring process by providing the best PEO options for your organization’s needs.
Each PEO has its own master health insurance policy and premium options, and those costs are kept low because thousands of companies share the cost. Employees get access to premium benefits choices to fit their needs—all at price points that many larger companies can’t beat.
If ever the PEO model could prove its value to an organization, it’s now, during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Finding and engaging the right PEO partner for your company will help your human resources executives guide your company’s executives in many ways, not the least of which will be helping them identify key business functions, roles and …
Managing workers’ compensation is a complicated, time-consuming part of business that requires an intricate balancing act between meeting your employees’ needs and keeping an eye on your bottom line. By outsourcing workers’ compensation management to a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), your business is assured of being compliant with your state’s workers’ compensation laws. You also …
The 2017 Mercer National Survey of Employer-Sponsored Health Plans shows the average total health benefit cost per employee rose by 2.6% to $12,229 per employee. That also equates to 14% of total payroll in 2017. Does it seem like your group health insurance costs have been spiraling out of control? Even if your premiums have risen modestly over the last several …