Professional Employer Organization (PEO)

Anyone who has been a boss for even a short period of time quickly realizes the complexities involved in managing people. Even with someone on staff dedicated to human resources, there may be a need to outsource some function, like payroll. A professional employer organization can provide most if not all HR services. While it can free up a bosses time, the downside is the potential for losing some of the connectivity with the staff. The difference in the cost of a PEO may be comparable to having someone on staff, but the PEO also has resources to address other issues. Keep in mind that someone on staff will still have to regularly coordinate with the PEO for their services.

  1. Overview of PEOs and how they work (All Business).
  2. Business owners turn to professional employer organizations to help them manage the small stuff (CNN Money).
  3. Directory of PEOs (PEO.com).
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One Response to Professional Employer Organization (PEO)

  1. tickets says:

    This attitude of society probably still exists in numerous circles
    because society expects men to earn enough income to be independent (able to pay rent and buy food and clothing) throughout a man’s working life.
    The person performing the work receives their payment instantaneously thanks to
    a payment processor such as Pay – Pal and the great
    thing is you can make money out of literally no matter what you can imagine in terms of jobs so long as there’s
    a market for it. Moreover, you’re the ones who would
    be bitching and squealing about “Justice,” 
    like the “whiner” you SNEER that I am, were you suddenly to find yourselves so very “victimizedly” out of  “work” at all-but
    you’d be doing so for the same MERELY SUBJECTIVE  “reasons” you are now, again,
    PSYCHOLOGICALLY PROJECTING onto me.

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