Did you know that PEO services reach over 4 million workers in the United States? While various professional employer organizations help hundreds of thousands of businesses with tasks related to payroll processing, employee onboarding, and even workers’ compensation, it doesn’t mean they’re right for everyone. In fact, you’ve got options and that includes working with an… Continue reading What Is the Difference Between a PEO and ASO?
Employment. It is needed to make a living in life. It is also needed by companies to make sure that their businesses continue to thrive. In the United States, there are projected to be over 163 million people in the labor force by the end of 2022. The labor force has grown by about 8.5 million… Continue reading Full-Time vs Part-Time Employment Law: What You Need to Know
One report shows that 15% of small and medium-sized businesses with fewer than 99 employees are using the services of PEOs with much success. The same report says that businesses who use a PEO have 40% better revenue growth. With this kind of success, it’s no wonder that more and more businesses are considering using… Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to PEO Insurance Policies
PEO-utilizing businesses are less likely to go out of business than companies that don’t use a PEO. Because of this, international PEO companies have been growing in popularity over the past few years. A professional employer organization (PEO) provides administrative and human resources services to businesses. This can include payroll processing, benefits administration, risk management,… Continue reading International PEO Companies: Is PEO a Good Idea?
Professional employer organizations, or PEOs, are an integral part of the United States business community, having served about 173,000 US companies by the end of 2020. This led to the hiring of close to 4 million worksite employees who earned about $216 billion in wages during their tenure. It’s safe to say that most businesses… Continue reading What Is a Professional Employer Organization? Common PEO Myths
There are on average 2.8 workman compensation claims per 100 workers. Workplace accidents can happen in any industry, so it’s important for businesses to insure workers. There are many types of policies available for business owners. Most states require this type of insurance by law, and it’s important for business owners to understand how it… Continue reading Workman Compensation: An All-in-One Guide for Business Owners
Every year, about 6.7 million people are hired by companies across the US, with only 1.4 million layoffs to pave the way for the new hires. Employees are the lifeblood of any business or organization and also its biggest asset. Unfortunately, some companies may lack the resources to accommodate a comprehensive human resource department for… Continue reading The Top 12 Benefits of a PEO for Businesses
In the US, HR outsourcing is valued at $9.7 billion. Outsourcing your company’s HR function can be valuable and enable many companies to scale. Small to medium-sized businesses can benefit greatly from an outsourced HR service provider. You’ve likely heard of PEOs, HROs, and ASOs…but do you know what each means? Or how each of… Continue reading What Are the Differences Between PEO, HRO, and ASO Services?
The workers’ compensation insurance industry was valued at $56.8 million in 2021. There are many work-related illnesses and injuries that occur. Worker’s comp protects employers and provides care for employees in these situations. It’s important for businesses to have proper workers’ compensation systems in place. Effective systems can provide funds for medical expenses and wages.… Continue reading Workers Compensation Board: Function and Purpose
No matter the type of profession you are in, the fact is, your workplace should have one or more safety hazards. It might seem like there is nothing that can pose a risk to your staff, but you might be surprised when a professional safety or health inspector discovers safety hazards that can put your… Continue reading A Business Owner’s Guide to Employee Injury