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How Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) Work
This article is for small business owners who would like to learn more about Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs). By the end of this article, you’ll understand when it’s beneficial to use a PEO, how much they charge, potential drawbacks and the steps to find and join a PEO.
News & Publications
New Study Shows Higher Business Survival Rates,
Lower Employee Turnover for Businesses that Use a PEO
Small businesses that use professional employer organizations (PEOs) have a significantly higher rate of business survival and a lower rate of employee turnover than businesses that don’t use PEOs, according to a new study released in September.
Watch this to see if a PEO may be right for you.
PEO - What's the Buzz?
Professional Employer Organizations, also known as "PEOs", are beoming more popular every year. PEOs service businesses with only one employee and up to hundreds, and in almost any industry...
Areas of Practice
Payroll & Tax Administration
Workers Comp Process Administration
HR Management & Expertise
Small Business Employment Issues
Temporary Workforce Benefits
Match PEO is a professional brokerage group that helps small and medium-sized businesses find the best PEO for their unique business needs. Our brokers offer unbiased recommendations. You don't have to sit through multiple presentations and sift through multiple quotes and then try to decipher them all. That's what we do. If a PEO is not right for you, we can also assist you with adminstrative and other services and benefits through our channel partners . . .
Available PEO & Employer Services
Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) provide human resource services to their small business clients—paying wages and taxes and assuming responsibility and liability for compliance with myriad state and federal laws and regulations. In addition, PEOs often provide workers with access to 401(k) plans, health, dental and life insurance, dependent care and other benefits not typically provided by small businesses. Between 2 and 3 million people are covered by a PEO arrangement.
Every PEO is a little different. Let us give you an unbiased evaluation of what is right for you. If a PEO isn't the right fit we're going to tell you.