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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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must be honest, trustworthy, competent and ethical in managing the affairs of a PEO, and must have a history of complying with the laws of the state and nation in which they live and conduct business.
Patent and Trademark Office--several hundred thousand in any year--has created an urgent need for office reform," Peo said.
PEO Soldier received more than 80,000 responses to this survey alone.
Using data from the Census Bureau, Lombardi and Ono find that 4.6 percent of transportation industry employees work for PEOs, making transportation the industry with the highest concentration of PEO employees.
PEO Spectrum works with companies nationwide to help them shop for, find and reduce costs with a Professional Employer Organization (PEO).
Peo said the decision was unprecedented in the labour relations system.
In particular, the influences of alginate/PEO mass ratios, PEO molecular weights, surfactant mass ratios, and heater temperature on the centrifugally spun fiber formation and alginate content in fibers are studied.
Matrix provides payroll administration, safety and risk management, benefits administration, tax compliance, unemployment, 401(K) plan, human resource consulting and other PEO services to over 700 companies.
Thus, many PEO firms have not provided health benefits to those workers.
Under legislation enacted in late 2014, the IRS established a voluntary certification program for PEOs. A PEO that becomes certified under this IRS program is referred to as a CPEO.
A franchisee hires a PEO to oversee all aspects of payroll.