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What is a PEO? |  PEO Blog

Wednesday October 26, 2011

What is a PEO? 

I have decided that I need push everyone in the Professional Employer Organization to started talking about the term PEO as it is defined by our industry.  And I will do this until we grow from the 3% market penetration we’ve been at for several years. 

Wikipedia has the following definition;  A professional employer organization (PEO) is a single source provider of integrated services which enable business owners to cost-effectively outsource the management of human resources, employee benefits, payroll and workers’ compensation and other strategic services, such as recruiting, risk/safety management, and training and development.  It does this by hiring a client company’s employees, thus becoming their employer of record for tax purposes and insurance purposes.  This practice is known as co-employment. 

Brandtender Marketing®: Let the Team Do the Talking

Thursday September 11, 2008

New Book Illustrates Key Strategies Toward Building – and Sustaining – Internal and External Brand Advocacy

MINNEAPOLIS—Brandtender Marketing, LLC announced today the release of Brandtender Marketing®: True Customer Engagement from the Inside Out (Synergy, 2008).

The book details a seven-step process that its author, renowned customer-engagement expert Dan Day, says will serve to mobilize an organization’s existing employee base in such a way that every customer interaction they have – whether internal or external – will advocate on behalf of the company brand.

70% of Gen Y Leave First Job within Two Years

Sunday September 07, 2008

Experience, Inc. Research Finds Gen Y is Always Looking – Even When Happy

BOSTON—Experience, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of career services for college students and young alumni, today announced results of its 2008 Life After College Survey, in which 70% of recent graduates reported they left their first job within two years of their joining.

Guard Against Losing Good Employees When Times Are Tough

Friday August 29, 2008

Key people may leave when the economy improves, says MRINetwork®

PHILADELPHIA—Even employees who have survived downsizing and who have been assured that they are valued by their companies may be thinking about changing jobs as soon as the economy improves. Often management is unaware of the level of dissatisfaction among workers and fails to take steps to prevent significant turnover, according to MRINetwork®, one of the world’s largest search and recruitment organizations.

Well-Being of Workforce Influenced by Employers, Job Duties

Thursday August 28, 2008

Something to Think about on Labor Day: Research Shows a Good Boss Can Help Make Weekdays Feel Like Weekends, but a Bad Boss May Lower Employees’ Well-Being

NASHVILLE, Tenn. & WASHINGTON—Research to be released Friday from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index reveals that the downward trend in overall well-being appears to be cushioned when workers experience a positive work environment, one where they get to use their strengths, and where their supervisor creates a trusting environment.

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