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Focus on what you do best, we'll handle the paperwork.
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Our new video is here! See how we can help with your #workerscompensation, #payroll and #hroutsourcing needs! We're as easy to work with as this video was to make. 
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I was contacted by a North Carolina trucking company about a month ago. They currently have a 1.44 workers’ compensation experience rating (not good) and were facing the state assigned risk pool at renewal. For those not familiar with the lingo, anything concerning state involvement (as you can guess) isn’t a good thing. 

This business had been sailing along for many years with little to no claims, until a few big ones within a ten month period forced a dramatic change in their labor costs and profitability.

We presented their claims information and narrative regarding their history to an employee leasing service specializing in the trucking industry. Within a few days, they had a proposal that would save them just over $146,000 this year in work comp insurance!

What’s even better is that the leasing provider also saved them another one percent on their state unemployment rate, adding another $8,000 in annual savings. This is a great story because when you have a business that pays millions in premiums over the years with little to no claims, there is something unfair about turning their business upside down overnight.

Most companies and carriers don’t care or take the time to look at the whole story, but we do and so do the providers we work with. Give us a call or refer a friend if you know someone in this situation, it could be the life-raft their business needs.
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We would like to wish our clients and friends the very best in 2014!
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I’ve been working with a business owner in Maryland who employs well over 100 people. Here’s the bottom line to make a long story short:

· 100+ employees and $3.5 million in annual payroll

· Maryland Federal and State Unemployment caps $8,500

· Current employer SUTA rate 9.3%

· Proposed PEO SUTA rate 2.6%

By using a PEO service, he will save a MINIMUM of $60,000 ANNUALLY – just on state unemployment taxes!

There are hundreds of PEOs with many different ways of helping - and sometimes it’s not always “in the numbers”. Check out the video for a great explanation of these services and call if we can help you.

PEO Services and Employee Leasing Companies Can Save You Time and Money!

Happy Holidays!

Mike
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It’s time to hire an employee and you’re not after just anybody- you’re after the best your budget can buy. So where will you find this star, what questions will you ask, what qualifications will you demand and what do you need to hear from the applicant to make this investment? 
That’s What HR Can Do For You.

You found a great person - so now what? Do you perform a background check or drug test? Are all your hiring docs up to date? Does your employee handbook easily communicate company policies and procedures? Is the employee’s job description clearly defined? Are paid time-off (holidays) and vacation days reviewed and are harassment and discrimination issues discussed? 
That’s What HR Can Do For You.

Now that they’re hired, what’s the path to personal and professional development, achievement and success for this person? How will you maximize their true value? Will there be scheduled performance and pay reviews that are documented? On what will you be measuring achievements and success and has that been communicated up front?
That’s What HR Can Do For You.

HR is much, much more- encompassing the life-cycle of your employees who can become your most valuable asset or your greatest expense.

Human resource management isn’t a “big company thing”, small businesses have these same needs. A PEO company with strong HR services allows you to access an HR expert when you want regarding any employee issues, at a fraction of the costs!

Call us to find to how a Professional Employer Organization can provide the human resource benefits you need, 1-888-582-8388.
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Mike Burgelin, President of Employee Leasing Quotes.
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Have you ever looked at a claimed injury and thought,"this doesn't pass the smell test"? The longer you’re in business, the more likely this event will happen to you. Here are ten quick thoughts to consider when you begin having questions:

1.The alleged injury occurs at the beginning of a shift after being off for the weekend or a period of time off. Be mindful of potential sports injuries.

2. The reported accident occurs immediately before or after an industrial dispute, job termination, lay off, end of a project, at the conclusion of seasonal work, or the injured worker is a short term or contract employee.

3. The alleged injury occurs a day or two before or after a holiday.

4. The accident has no witnesses and the injured worker’s own description does not logically support the cause of the injury. The witness has a poor record with compensable injuries and provides a questionable version of the incident.

5. The injured employee has a history of numerous suspicious claims, or the medical provider or legal consultant has a past history of handling suspect claims.

6. The employee delays reporting the claim without reasonable explanation.

7. The employee’s description of the accident conflicts with the medical history of the employer’s first report of the claim or the circumstances described do not fit the injury or location.

8. Difficulty contacting a claimant at home when they are allegedly disabled. An answering machine is another way of covering the fact that a claimant is continually absent from home.

9. The injured worker refuses a diagnostic procedure to confirm the nature or extent of an injury or travels to seek medical treatment in another area from his home or workplace. Be conscious of the injured worker who has no ongoing treatment.

10. The injured worker is about to be retrenched, demoted or passed over for promotion.

Great information provided by Frank Cutruzzola - President of Investigative and Security Services at GTG Associates.
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Really informative video here about ESAC - Employer Services Assurance Corporation. This is like the FDIC of the PEO/Employee Leasing industry. An independent, non-profit organization ESAC provides PEO accreditation and financial assurance covering over $50 billion in annual employee wages. Partnering with a PEO is a big decision and ESAC providers are just one of the many criterias we use before recommending a PEO.

The ESAC Advantage: Accredited Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs)
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