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PEO

(Professional Employer Organization) A company that serves as an off-site human resources department to small and medium-sized organizations. A fast-growing business segment after the new millennium, PEOs are relationship-focused and take responsibility for HR administration plus legal and regulatory compliance issues. The quality of employee benefits in areas of insurance and workers compensation is often improved due to the expertise and group purchasing power of a PEO.
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Ensure that the PEO is capable of meeting your company's goals -- meet the people.
When a PEO sponsors employee benefit plans, it assumes fiduciary responsibility for plan compliance with applicable federal and state laws.
45(b)-1T do not specifically address whether a PEO is entitled to claim the tip credit for the employer's share of FICA tax paid on tips reported to the IRS in excess of the minimum wage set by the FLSA.
DSC experiments have shown that PEO and PCL are mechanically compatible but not completely miscible.
PEO units are more hydrophilic than PTHF units, and the polyurethane whose soft segments were consisting of only PEO units was reported to be susceptible to hydrolysis [ref.
President of Nationwide Risk Consulting, stated, "Using a PEO is a rising trend in today's business community.
eCAL is a great product that helps your PEO with regulatory compliance, saves staff's time while avoiding costly citations and fines.
This means that the PEO will be responsible for classifying employees, communicating payroll to insurers, selecting appropriate coverage and paying premiums.
Triblock polymers with internal PPO segments and PEO terminal segments added as a dispersant to colorant packages, lead to better color development than PPO/PEO/PPO triblocks dispersants in carbon black (CB) tinted paints.
Previous studies have further shown that large PEO entanglements are more efficient fines flocculants than disentangled PEO (Abdallah, 2002; Bednar et al.
In 2005, for the first time, PEO licensed more international engineering graduates than graduates of Canadian accredited engineering programs, although only 25 percent of international graduates typically apply for licensure.