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What is a PEO?

December 27, 2011

PEO = Professional Employer Organization

 

“A PEO is an organization that provides an integrated and cost effective approach to the management and administration of the human resources and employer risk of its clients, by contractually assuming substantial employer responsibilities and risk, through the establishment and maintenance of a co-employer relationship with the client’s employees.”

— National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO)

 

 

In other words:

“A PEO forms a co-employment relationship with business owners to assume certain adminstrative and legal functions including: Human Resources, Payroll, Workers’ Compensation, Risk Management and Employee Benefits.”

–Frank Crum, Jr. President of the Florida Association of Professional Employer Organizations (FAPEO)

 

 

You didn’t go into business to deal with human resource issues and administrative paper work. Let us do what we are good at, so you can get back to the things that you are good at.  

 

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Let FrankCrum relieve your employee burdens and allow you to concentrate on the productive side of your business. 

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