Is a Professional Employer Organization or PEO right for your business? PEOs can be very helpful for certain types of businesses, and understanding how they work and if you could benefit from one may be challenging. But the experts at Rittenhouse Benefits LLC can help you determine if it is right for your company and create the best setup for your business. You probably want to know a little bit about PEOs before making the decision to talk to the experts. Keep reading to learn more about PEOs, what they can do, and how they can benefit your organization.

What Is A PEO?

A Professional Employer Organization simply help a business with different employee matters. Well, maybe it is not that simple. This is a firm that businesses can use to outsource different employee management tasks, mainly human resource duties. These can include anything from payroll to training and everything in between. There are many different functions of a PEO and they can help your business take care of several different aspects of your company. They partner with you to take on these responsibility, allowing you to focus on more important matters.

Many organizations need help meeting HR and employee benefits challenges. Especially organizations that are focused on increasing profits and meeting goals. A Professional Employer Organization (PEO) may be able to help.

With a PEO, the business owner or employer can determine the tasks they want to be taken over by the outsourced task force. Once the PEO becomes part of the business, they become co-employers of the employees where they both work with, and have a relationship with the employees.