A recent article by Shane Loftus published in Utah Business Magazine, “Choosing a Qualified PEO for Your Business,” brings up the concept that employees are arguably an organization’s most valuable resource. He points out that in order to continue to develop the organization’s culture and HR systems & processes, hiring a professional employer organization (PEO) can be a a great way to deliver proactive HR systems and produce measurable results for an organization.
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In an article by incbeat.com, they highlight the specific benefits to a business owner when they use a professional employer organization (PEO) for their growing business. More specifically, they point out that business owners and key personnel can focus on the important tasks in the business that contribute to revenue and growth rather than spend their valuable time building an HR infrastructure. Simply put, a PEO can free up a business owner from dealing with the HR side of the business.
In a recent article by Smart Business, Richard Hicks explains how a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) can help small businesses with the employer functions of running a business. Here is an excerpt from the article:
Anne Donovan, President of Xenium, was recently interviewed by the Portland Business Journal to discuss the benefits of using a Professional Employer Organization (PEO).
Here is an excerpt from the article:
1. What services do most PEOs offer?
Originally published in the Eastern Pennsylvania Business Journal on October 3, 2011
Hiring and managing good employees for your small business can be a burden. That’s why many entrepreneurs are turning to professional employer organizations to handle the complex, time-consuming administrative tasks of human resource management.
On October 6th, guests arrived at the banquet room of Montgomery Park in Portland, Oregon for a panel discussion on the “Emerging Employer Model for Growing Companies.”
Three Xenium clients shared their PEO experiences during a Q & A panel discussion.
On October 6th, at the Atrium at Montgomery Park, Xenium will host a special event for business leaders called Emerging Employer Model for Growing Businesses.
This marks the third consecutive year Xenium has hosted the event for Portland business leaders.
By Brandon Laws
By Lauren Davis
A business gets started because of specific industry expertise and/or passion, yet most business owners are not experts in payroll and human resources (HR). Determining a payroll and HR solution are part of a strong risk management business strategy. Being an employer has become more challenging as legislation and tax laws continue to change. Mistakes completing and processing state and federal forms can be time consuming and result in unnecessary financial penalties.