Professional Employer Organization

Regardless of what PEO your company might consider doing business with, there are a few basic rules to follow.

  1. Don’t Go Direct – Deal with an Independent Agent
  2. Only work with a ‘Staffing Friendly’ PEO – Others will cost you more
  3. Always have an ‘Exit Strategy’ – You’re a Customer – Not a Policy Holder
Professional Employer Organizations (PEO) provide payroll, tax, compliance, and workers' compensation.

We can help you understand the different types of Professional Employer Organizations (PEO) and how their services might benefit your company.  There are many reasons a Temporary Staffing Company would choose to use a PEO.  Once that decision has been made, choosing the 'Staffing Friendly' PEO to work with is the next most important step.

Why do I need a 'Staffing Friendly' PEO?

If a staffing company cannot provide accurate classification and payroll data, acceptable insurance carrier or TPA (Third Party Administrator) quality Loss Runs, and files Unit Statistical information to the rating bureaus annually, the temporary staffing company will not be able to satisfy the underwriting requirements of the preferred or standard workers' compensation markets in the future should they ever wish to leave the PEO.  This essentially 'traps' the staffing company by limiting the options to obtain coverage elsewhere should the need or desire arise.

'Staffing Friendly' PEOs

Staffing Friendly PEOs understand the staffing industry and have tailored their services to fit the needs of their staffing company clients.  They do not hold their staffing clients hostage by arbitrarily assigning class codes, supplying useless loss runs, or only submitting experience modification promulgation information the rating bureaus punitively when you leave the PEO.  They value your business and work hard to earn and keep it.

Online PEO Application

One way or the other, we'll need some info to get started.  The easiest way to get a quote is to make sure you have what will be needed before you begin.  What to learn more?