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The Difference Between Employer of Record (EOR) and Professional Employer Organization (PEO)

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Hiring employees is an essential part of business growth, but it comes with various responsibilities, such as payroll, taxes, benefits administration, compliance, and other HR functions. This is where an Employer of Record (EOR) or a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) comes in. What is an Employer of Record (EOR)?

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Building An HR Department: A Step-By-Step Guide

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Building an human resources department encompasses hiring for various key roles covering hiring, compliance, compensation management, and administration. HR departments have five principal functions: meeting staffing needs, employee compensation, employee benefits, performance assessment and appraisal, and law compliance.


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Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]


Benefits and Compensation. Employee leave of absence: Everything you need to know. Employee recognition ideas: 52 epic ways to give rewards. Employee handbook: 6 must-have policies for your manual. Compensation and Benefits. Employee Relations. The Employer Handbook. Employment Law Blog.

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Key Human Resources Responsibilities: Creating Happier, Healthier Workplaces

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Employees are now demanding more from companies in terms of compensation, culture, work-life balance, career growth, benefits—the list goes on. Formulating compensation and benefits programs. When done right, both compensation and benefits can be key drivers in promoting employee engagement, loyalty, and retention.

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HR Headaches: Should I Choose a PEO or HRIS?


Complying with changing employment laws. These services include payroll, benefits, workers’ compensation, and compliance with employment laws. PEOs typically work on a co-employment basis. This means the PEO becomes the employer of record for your employees. Managing labor costs.