Professional Employer Organization (PEO)
Client wages are reported under the PEO's Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)
Payroll USA, Inc. as a PEO enables you to increase your bottom line by shifting some of the responsibilities to us, thus lowering your employment cost.
You can maintain a simple in-house HR infrastructure or none by relying on the PEO.
- Reduce costs related to compliance with employment laws and often costs of failure to comply with such laws.
- Time savings by having the PEO handle routine and redundant task.
In a PEO arrangement, a co-employment relationship is created whereby you retain ownership of your company and control over your operations. As co-employers, we both contractually share or allocate employer responsibilities and liabilities. We both have a common-law relationship with the worksite employees. Payroll USA, Inc. is the "Employer of Record" and retains a right to hire, reassign and discharge the
employees. When the co-employer relationship is terminated, the employees revert back to you as their employer and the PEO is no longer the "Employer of Record".
Payroll USA, Inc. offers assistance in matters involving human resource management and compliance with employment laws; as a client you direct and control worksite employees in manufacturing, production, and delivery of your products and services.
Payroll USA, Inc. as a PEO focuses on human resources management and compliance with employment laws while your company can focus on your actual business operations. In addition Payroll USA is responsible for maintaining our workers' compensation policy and is liable for handling claims; or if you choose to retain your own workers' compensation policy, we can take over the administration as a "Limited PEO".
A PEO, a consumer of insurance, enables us to offer a Fortune 500 quality health and benefits package to the worksite employees.