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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.

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

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Building an HR department is an exciting and challenging undertaking that will help your company grow and perform better, but it takes a thorough approach, patience, and strategic thinking. Lay faulty foundations of your HR function and you risk witnessing your business struggle over time or failing to reach the targeted success.


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What is a PEO? – Top 10 FAQs Business Owners Have About PEOs

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It’s your responsibility to ensure your employees are paid on time, stay safe throughout the workday, and have access to benefits like workers’ compensation, health insurance, and 401k. But handling HR administration was not likely your highest priority when you started and grew your business to where it is today.

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Key Human Resources Responsibilities: Creating Happier, Healthier Workplaces

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Akin to many other professional specializations, the COVID-19 pandemic, Great Resignation/Reset/Reshuffle, and other pressures are compelling HR teams to rapidly modernize or leave their organizations floundering for talent. The human resources function is central to each of these demands. Employee Relations and Disciplinary Hearings.

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Human Resources Outsourcing: How Can It Work


Human resources are an integral part of any business, but many times it is one function that falls by the wayside The problem in addressing an organization’s human resource needs often lies in the lack of time, resources or expertise within a company. As an add-on, that limits time that can be spent focusing on HR.

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HR Headaches: Should I Choose a PEO or HRIS?


These services include payroll, benefits, workers’ compensation, and compliance with employment laws. When you partner with a PEO, you outsource your HR responsibilities to them. Therefore, you do not need to hire an in-house HR team. PEOs typically work on a co-employment basis. What is an HRIS?