Outsource Payroll and Benefits

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Outsource Payroll and Benefits

We talk to a lot of companies who aren’t sure if a Professional Employment Organization (PEO) whereby you are a Co-Employer for each employee or a Human Resource Outsourcer (HRO) when you are the full employer makes sense for them when they want to outsource payroll and benefits administration. It’s a valid concern. For many companies, especially those with under 74 employees, a PEO is a great way to outsource payroll and benefits administration. But as you grow, the costs of using a PEO can snowball. Pivoting to an in-house HR team doesn’t always make sense, either. We understand that you want to control costs on benefits administration and payroll. Everyone does