If you think PEOs (Professional Employment Organizations) may seem like a big change or too cumbersome of a solutions for your workers' compensation insurance coverage you are not alone. Here are some of the most commonly heard objections to PEO along with answers to them.
OBJECTION: You may have someone doing payroll that is a family member or longtime employee and think you’ll be out of work
ANSWER: Actually it will free them to perform tasks that may allow for more/better production or take something off the owner’s plate
OBJECTION: You may not understand what is involved in outsourcing and feel it will be too cumbersome
ANSWER: We hold your hand throughout the transition and make it fairly easy
OBJECTION: You may have everything in QuickBooks or the like and be afraid of losing the capabilities
ANSWER: You can still upload everything so you can maintain the same capabilities and often times more because of reports generated by the payroll function
OBJECTION: You may pay employees under the table
ANSWER: This is a problem as we can’t collect premium if not on payroll
OBJECTION: You are afraid of losing control and think the PEO will dictate the wages, hours, hiring/firing, etc
ANSWER: One of this is true unless you don’t pay minimum wage but otherwise you maintain complete control we just simplify things
PEOs are not a solution for every company, but it can be a wonderful short or long-term solution for the RIGHT company once these kind of objections are overcome. Learn more by contacting an expert at (866) 308-3351 or emailing email@example.com
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