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A Professional Employer Organizations (PEO) acts as an outsourcing company which provides comprehensive human resource services for small to medium size companies. Companies should consider using a PEO when they grow, need to hire, train, manage employees, salaries, and manage benefits to optimize the HR process.

PEO allows your company to focus on its core business.

PEO helps facilitate important processes in a business cycle and can help organize infrastructure for systems such as payroll or providing templates for employee handbooks. Skilled Employees may want to focus on business operation and PEO can save them from unrelated issues. In the long term, companies can achieve business growth and longevity.

PEO provides more resources to help improve the corporate employee morale

The priority of small and medium-sized companies is to sustain and expand business operations, not focusing on HR sectors. However, properly trained new employees benefit companies operations. PEO makes it happen: it trains employees and helps them better understand their jobs and make them more efficient and productive.

PEO provides significant savings for your company.

A PEO is a well-organized organization which provides high-quality services to different companies at an economical cost. Compared with traditional human resource expenses, choosing a PEO will definitely save your company a lot of money, which can be used in more meaningful things.

PEO provides your company access to benefits programs.

A PEO has access to health insurance, 401(k) plans and other benefits. A PEO usually buys the benefits together and provides companies at an affordable rate. With PEO, employees can focus on their work without concerns. As a result, employees are more inclined to  stay at the company and help increase retention.

PEO minimizes operational staff while adding specialty expertise to your team.

PEO works as a combination of HR and compliance consultant. It serves to train and motivate employees and design benefits plans. What’s more, a PEO is experienced at dealing with workplace laws, so when a company comes across legal problems, an expert at the PEO can help.

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