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A PEO Will You Be Safe Against IRS Offensives

It’s no secret that the Internal Revenue Service is always looking for ways to ease its administrative burden and bring in additional revenue. In fact, according to some attorneys that follow the IRS, it is undergoing “a massive effort” to force employers to reclassify independent contractors as employees.

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Use a PEO as a Path to Wellness

Whether it's a gym membership or a smoking cessation class, many employers are designing wellness programs to boost their employees' health. A healthy employee is likely to be more productive and is less prone to illness or serious injury. For staffing firms, how the...

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IRS, DOL, EEOC? Let PEOs Take on the RISK

Confusing and numerous state and federal regulations are a surefire way to spend valuable time trying to figure out how your staffing company should comply with all these rules. Workers compensation and discrimination laws can trip up a staffing company in our very...

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DOL’s Overtime Rules: Another Reason to Look at PEOs

In December the Department of Labor will finalize the new rules on overtime pay. Specifically, the new rule would double the amount salaried employees make to qualify for overtime from $23,660 to $47,476 annually. The rule also builds in a mechanism to update salary...

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Spiraling Labor Costs Make Partnering with a PEO Good Business

Litigation against employers has spiked within the last 20 years, and it will likely get worse as expanding labor regulations give employees more tools with which to sue. Discrimination suits connected to wrongful termination drive litigation costs frequently to the...

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Common Mishaps Lead to Serious Injuries

Accidents happen. Even in the safest workplaces, everyday hazards can lead to serious injuries. Despite headlines that describe tragic industrial accidents, it might surprise most employers that slips, trips and falls, usually avoidable, can cause the most serious...

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Scared Safe: A Video is Worth 1,000 Words

Sometimes our temporary employees can forget that even though a job is temporary, a work comp injury can be permanent and last the rest of their lives. Lack of training, attentiveness, and failure to follow safety protocols can lead to the more severe injuries. All...

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Carve-outs Can Cut Workers’ Comp Costs

Workers' comp law is different in every state and even complicated. So much so, that staffing companies may avoid doing business in states such as California or New York. Multi-state staffing companies may not realize they can get state "carve-outs" through a...

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