Time Savings

“A PEO assumes all responsibilities of employment, and as a strategic partner, it allows clients to focus on their core business objectives, e.g., developing and producing products and services, getting new customers, and/or keeping the existing ones happy. Outsourcing employment eliminates low (or no) value work (like employment management) and allows your managers to concentrate on higher value priorities, i.e., profitable activities.”

“Innovative companies that have jumped on the PEO express have often left their competitors behind. In essence, PEOs help their customers become more profitable.”

“Contracting Your Employees Through a PEO,”
Automotive Rebuilder, February, 1999.

Reduced Costs

“According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, most businesses with 100 employees or fewer don’t have a HR staff. The result? Work is handled piecemeal by the same people who founded the company, the ones whose creative energies would be more profitably applied to the firm’s core business. Experts in the human resources field have estimated small business owners may save as much as 3-5 percent of their payroll expenses by outsourcing these time-consuming, labor-intensive services to PEOs.”

“HR Outsourcing Firm Growth Twice that of Industry,”
Nashville Business Journal, March 18, 1999

Regulatory Compliance

“Human resource management involves a lot more than paying employees on time, and tracking vacation days. But lack of time often means this Pandora’s box of compliance regulations and benefits-related issues gets ignored until a crisis – a disgruntled employee, a workplace injury, a government fine arises. Using a professional employer organization (PEO) can be one way to address these issues.”

“Who’s the Boss? Employee Leasing May Improve HR Management,”
Houston Business Journal, December 10, 1998

Employee Satisfaction

“While a PEO can offer business owners freedom from administrative burdens, it also can help small businesses compete more aggressively — even with much larger companies — for talent. PEOs use economies of scale to bring 401(k) plans, health insurance plans, and employee assistance programs to affordable levels, thus presenting sought-after employees with a more attractive offer.”

“The Professional Employer Organization: Your Virtual Human Resources Department,”
St. Louis Business Monthly, November 1998

Enhanced Employee Benefits

“Tired of not being able to recruit good people because the competition offers a better benefit package? Is productivity down because you spend so much time dealing with human resource issues? Then perhaps you need to hire a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) so you can get down to the brass tracks of making money.”

“Staffing Solutions”
Arizona Magazine, April 1999

 


Businesses use a PEO to ...

  • Control costs;
  • Save time and paperwork hassles;
  • Ensure professional compliance with state and federal laws and regulations;
  • Reduce turnover;
  • Attract better employees;
  • Enhance employee morale;
  • Simplify claims management for workers' comp and unemployment insurance;
  • Provide better benefits packages;
  • Offer professional human resource services;
  • Reduce accounting costs.

Employees will benefit from ...

  • Comprehensive benefits previously unavailable;
  • Improved employer/employee communications;
  • Payroll that is on-time and accurate;
  • Professional assistance with employment-related problems;
  • Professional orientation;
  • Statuary protection;
  • Access to current information on labor regulations and workers' rights;
  • Improved worksite security;
  • Efficient and responsive claims processing;
  • Portable benefits (employees can move from one PEO client to another without loss of eligibility for benefits).
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