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Will I Lose Control Over My Employees When Working With a PEO? The co-employment relationship between an employer and a professional employer organization (PEO) like SuretyHR can often be a confusing or daunting thing. We really try to explain it in a simple way. As a PEO are certain things that we are going to share responsibility for and there are certain things that are going to be handed off to your PEO. Some employers feel that when they start working with a professional employer organization theyre going to lose control over their employees and their workforce. That couldnt be further from the truth. The employer is still going to direct their employees on what to do, when to do it, they still manage their employees calendars, their schedules and everything else. What do PEOs help with? We like to look at ourselves as an HR Easy-Button. All of the HR-busyness employers are stuck working on during the day to manage their workforce gets outsourced to a PEO. Typically, that means
It is easy. By joining our MEP, much of your administration work is done by another party. It is inexpensive. The MEP provides straightforward, large-plan pricing regardless of your company's size. It eases your fiduciary burden. Our team of prudent experts reduce your fiduciary responsibilities and help you stay compliant. It provides for your employees. Independent, no-commissions advice to balance your employee's needs risks. It provides for you. Flexible Plan design a
Surety HR has partnered with Virteom to engage our customers about our services. In our video, Jacqui and Andy talk about the benefits of outsourcing HR rather than having an internal HR department or person dealing with employment-related distractions. Watch the video or read the transcription below! Theres a Lot More to Human Resources (HR) Than People Think HR is a broad term and a very broad discipline. Its not just simply hiring and firing people. There are many different disciplines including recruiting, wage/hour type situations, and compliance. Engaging in legal services is really outside of the course and scope of what a normal HR person would do. But for smaller employers, they often see the HR person take on this role. The value in outsourcing human resources is that it provides small and medium sized businesses all of those different disciplines for a fraction of what it would cost to do this internally. Theres a lot of times where you dont know what you dont know, and
Surety HR has partnered with Virteom to engage our customers about our services. In our video, Jacqui and Andy talk about moving your business forward by utilizing a PEO or Professional Employer Organization. Watch or read the transcription below! What Is A Professional Employer Organization Anyway? PEO stands for Professional Employer Organization, and PEOs help small businesses handle all of their employment related bugaboos. The payroll, workers compensation, human resources - all those things that prevent them from being profitable - we take them off their plate and let them push the HR easy button. What are the most important concerns that your employees come to you with? Not to sound clich, but they dont know, what they dont know. A lot of employers go into business knowing they have a great product or service. Then they have to hire employees because they know that they have to hire good labor in order to be successful managing that human capital. You can have assets, you
Is your company prepared for a Department of Labor (DOL) audit? Like most things related to Human Resources, being proactive is always the best policy. Employers know that the U.S Department of Labor (DOL) can perform an audit at any time. Sometimes these audits are triggered by an employee complaint, but they can also occur in targeted low-wage industries such as agriculture, restaurants, garment manufacturing, guard services, day-care centers and hospitality to screen wage and hour violations. It is crucial for employers to understand the audit process so they can be prepared to handle the situation if it occurs. Below is a basic guide to help employers know what to expect in the event they are audited. Will I Have Advance Notice of an Audit? The DOL does not provide advance notice of an audit. If the DOL shows up to do one, employers may ask for time to gather their records. The amount of time granted to do so is at the discretion of the auditor. Can I Find out Why the Business