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What's a PEO and How Do I Use One?

Posted by Rich Thompson on Feb 7, 2017 9:39:29 AM
Rich Thompson

WHAT IS A PEO

Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) are co-employment arrangements where the PEO becomes the employer for tax purposes and provides human resource services, while the client directs the employees’ work activities. But how do you know if it's the right choice for your business, especially when it comes to workers' compensation?

 

WHO USES A PEO

If you are a:

  • Small to mid-size company
  • Start-up company
  • Company with poor claims experience
  • Work in a high risk industry
  • or need Payroll, compliance, or HR expertise

 

WHAT TO KNOW

This article takes you throught he most common types of arrangements, and gives insights on if it might the right workers' compensation choice. 

Experience MOD, choosing a counselor to facilitiate this relationship, and the best ways to get out of a PEO if you're involved in one, are all covered in this comprehensive guide. 

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BKS AND YOU

The BKS Blog was written to keep you informed and help you learn about the changing landscape of workers' compensation insurance. These articles are written for employers who are researching additional information about changes, or looking to change their insurance partner.

With this blog you'll:

  • Learn tips on saving money within your workers' comp program
  • Stay up to date with industry changes in workers' compensation insurance
  • Discuss strategies and best practices to ensure the lowest cost of risk

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