It is estimated that more than three million American workers are currently employed by a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) that offers employee leasing services. These employees represent every facet of the workface, from accountants to zookeepers. There is no stereotypical PEO - employee leasing client.


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Exploring the Possibilities

You maintain the supervision and control of your employees including wage and scheduling matters, but leave the administrative duties to a PEO. You have access to a team of specialists who provide expertise in a number of areas, including human resources, compliance, benefits, and risk management. Your company offers top-notch benefits not available with your competition, so you're able to attract and retain better employees. 

What is Employee Leasing

In the relationship among a PEO, a worksite employee, and a client company, there exists a co-employment relationship in which both the PEO and the client company have an employment relationship with the worker. 

Why use a Peo

Most business owners don't have the necessary human resource training, payroll and accounting skills, knowledge of regulatory compliance, or background in risk management, insurance and employee benefit programs to meet the demands of being a good employer. 

Free Advice

If you are thinking of hiring a new employee, there are some things you should be aware of, especially as the total number of employees reaches certain thresholds. 

Benefits to Employees

A PEO provides you with weekly personnel expense reports, which allows a business owner/manger to make better personnel decisions. 

Responsibilities of PEO

The Internal Revenue Service recognizes a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) as the employer of record for federal income and unemployment taxes, and case law affirms the principle that the PEO is responsible for payroll taxes. 

Benefit Package

Job security is improved as a PEO's economy of scale permits a business to lower employment costs. Job satisfaction and productivity increase when employees are provided quality human resources services.

HR Management

Many business owners perceive human resources management as a hindrance to the core task of running a business. 

Pre-Employment Screening

There are many ways to determine if a candidate is not only qualified for a position, but whether a candidate could become a future liability as an employee for a company. 

The Issue of Control

As co-employers, a PEO and client contractually share or assume employer responsibilities and liabilities. You continue to retain the control of your business.

Future of PEO

Employee Leasing reflects the demands of a new business era, and a fundamental change in human resources management. 

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