The Unique Three-Way Relationship in a PEO

Many business owners often become overwhelmed by the number of human resource tasks they must keep up with daily. A great solution to alleviate some of the burdens is to outsource specific HR duties to a PEO (Professional Employer Organization). When a client partners with a PEO like Professional Employer Resources, Inc. (PER), they begin … Read more »

What is FMLA?

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides eligible employees up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave per year with access to the same group health benefits they have while working. Eligible employees are entitled to: Twelve work weeks of leave in a twelve-month period for: The birth of a child and to care … Read more »

What Tip Pooling Means for the Hospitality Industry

Tip pooling is a common practice used in the hospitality industry, which involves collecting at least 15% of the tips that employees receive during their shift to put into one big “pool.” The money is then split between all of the tipped employees to ensure all supporting staff receives their fair share of the money … Read more »

What is an Employment Arbitration Agreement?

Arbitration is commonly used as a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Many companies rather resolve disputes with employees through arbitration instead of costly litigation in court. As employment class action lawsuits have increased in popularity over the years, employers have started requiring their employees sign an arbitration agreement to prevent them from pursuing any … Read more »

The Importance of Records Administration

The manner in which your business files, organizes, and retrieves records effects your customers, profits, and legal obligations. Therefore, it’s crucial that every company develops and maintains an efficient record-keeping system. To further understand why proper records administration is so important, take a look at some of the reasons below: Addresses both creation control and … Read more »

5 Benefits of Co-Employment

Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) allow small and medium-sized businesses to improve productivity and profitability by providing payroll, benefits, and HR services as well as assisting with compliance issues under state and federal law. What is a PEO? A PEO is a co-employer and acts as an off-site HR department, providing cost-effective outsourcing of human resource … Read more »

PEOs Offer Many Services to Fit Your Business Needs

Although Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) offer your business many services to choose from, you shouldn’t feel intimidated when trying to decide which ones will work best for your organization. When partnering with a PEO, the only services you are required to have are payroll and worker’s compensation. That is because a PEO establishes a co-employer … Read more »

Whether Your Business is Big or Small – We Can Help!

Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) help businesses become more efficient by assisting with administrative tasks. When your business has a partnership with a PEO, such as Professional Employer Resources Inc. (PER), the co-employment relationship helps increase employee satisfaction, ultimately growing your business’s bottom line. How a PEO Partners with Employers For taxation and workers’ compensation insurance … Read more »


With PER you feel like family. All of the personnel are always willing to help. Every time I call, I never hang up dissatisfied. They have my back in times of distress.

Tracy - Manager - Real Estate Management Company - Orlando, Florida

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