“My business is growing and managing our extended (contingent) workforce is overwhelming. Turnover is killing us, quality of work and workers is below par, and we are spending too much money to be having these issues.”
I could use help with:
Access to more, and better talent.
Visibility and analytics to better understand our operating reality.
Risk transfer and compliance assurance.
Optimized (highest output for lowest cost) workforce.
The non-permanent portion of an organization’s workforce, including temporary employees, contractors, consultants, and SOW (scope of work) workers. Synonyms: Indirect Labor, Supplemental Labor, Non-employed Labor
An employer of record is an organization that serves as the employer for tax purposes while the employee performs work at a different company. The employer of record takes on the responsibility of traditional employment tasks and liabilities.
A vendor management system is a cloud-based technology platform for the procurement and tracking of contingent labor services.
Enhanced Managed Services Program
Support you can count on.
Serving your HR team on site.
Helping navigate your HR challenges.
Payroll & Benefits
Giving you peace of mind.
Committed to your success.
Lower Failure Rate
Higher Growth Rate
Savings on HR Administration
More Participation in Retirement Plans
Lower Employee Turnover
Professional Employment Services
Human Resource Management
Payroll & Tax Administration
Risk Management Consultation
Employee Benefit Administration
Businesses that use a PEO are 60% more likely to succeed.
Your employees received more/better benefits.
You save money on your insurance.
Your HR software is centralized into one solution.
You’ll receive HR service and support whenever you need it.
Eliminate the need for admin and paperwork – a PEO manages all the paperwork for all employees.
Reduce employee turnover and keep employees happy.
Access better health, IRA, 401k plans, etc.
Improve your recruiting efforts – hiring, training, handbooks, interviews, etc. can all be handled by the PEO
Ensure compliance with all state and federal regulations – laws are changing constantly, and as a business owner, you don’t have the time to deal with and keep up-to-date on each. The PEO’s job is to advise you on those changes, especially in higher regulation states like New York, California, Illinois and Texas, where there is a larger % of PEO clients because of the increased regulations.