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PEO Compared to Outsourcing Payroll
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Advantages of PEO Services for the Business Owner?
The Business Owner will continue to face obstacles in Employee Benefits, Human Resources Management, Employment Practices, and Regulatory Compliance. A lack of expertise and training in these critical areas can make it difficult for consistent and timely regulatory compliance with Federal Laws, State Laws and Employment Law Court Rulings.
arrangement is the opportunity for a Business Owner to consolidate vendors, to secure a one-stop source for payroll services, employee benefits and workers’ compensation insurance, to obtain a level of expertise often not found in-house, and to leverage the economy of scale purchasing inherent in the PEO business model.
Because a PEO does not normally require on-site workspace, while some work must take place on the company property; technological advances make communications easy and efficient which may decrease the Business Owner’s overhead
Additionally, the PEO will maintain their own equipment and supplies, reducing the need for peripheral capital expenditures
This is a time that employees are more benefit conscious, Employee Benefit costs continue to rise and competitive benefit plans are becoming more difficult to find. The Business Owner and the “co-employees
” will have the option to take advantage of a stable low-cost comprehensive Employee Health and Welfare Plans.