When you partner with a professional employer organization (PEO) like VensureHR, you administrative distractions are greatly reduced. Just think what it would mean to have the time to take you team or clients to lunch, mentor new employees, get to your kid’s game at the same time as the other parents, and attend family dinners.
And that’s just the start of what you can do when we act as your complete business solution provider. You’ll gain increased productivity throughout your week with PEO services including payroll, employee benefits, human resources (HR), and regulatory compliance off your plate. You can make room for the things you actually want to do, instead of the things you feel like you have to do.
Working with a PEO like VensureHR means you no longer need to manage multiple vendors that don’t talk to each other. Services like time clocks, payroll, learning management systems, applicant tracking systems, invoicing, and billing are consolidated into one platform.
With VensureHR, you won’t be forced into a “fixed” package – our services and technology are tailored to your unique needs. You receive flexible options to mix and match services.
Businesses, like cars, have blind spots, and to no fault of your own. Running a company is not an easy feat, no matter how long you’ve been in business. Our diagnostic approach determines the overall health of your operations and provides you valuable insight into what’s working and what needs improvement. With this benchmark, we develop a strategic plan of PEO services to achieve greater success.
It’s no secret that great employees are the backbone of any business and it’s never been more important to attract and retain talent. This can lead many businesses to wonder how they can compete for qualified people in a market where – as reported by The Harris Poll – 80 percent of respondents said they would choose a job with benefits over an identical job with 30 percent more salary but no benefits.
That’s where a PEO can guide you. Our flexible services include progressive recruiting, as well as access to a broad range of Fortune 500-level employee benefits.
Whether you have two employees or 200, they’ll have access to comprehensive health, dental, and vision insurance along with 401(k) programs and specialty products like rental car discounts and pet insurance.
As an employer you often sacrifice valuable time for your work life. Navigating the ebbs and flows of business make it difficult to prioritize your personal needs and time with family and friends. A PEO can alleviate you from those tedious tasks like fielding phone calls and emails, processing payroll, ensuring a safe work environment, and allow you to focus on the things that matter most.
With more than 180 federal labor laws – not including state laws – compliance adds another layer of complexity to your day-to-day business operations. And with 73% of companies expecting remote employees by 2028, many businesses are facing remote and hybrid workplace state and federal regulations. For example, California requires employers to notify employees and receive consent before monitoring and recording email and phone conversations; whereas New York requires only one party to consent.
From workplace safety and workers’ compensation to taxes and paid leave, with VensureHR’s PEO services you’ll have experienced professionals to guide you through real-time compliance changes and updates.
A professional employer organization, or PEO, provides organizations with administrative business solutions. This is a co-employment arrangement where the PEO becomes the employer of record by handling things like HR, payroll, regulatory compliance, and employee benefits so that you can focus on the operations side of your company. In return, you’re freed up to focus on your team, clients, and profit-generating activities. To learn more visit what is a peo.
According to NAPEO, businesses that work with a PEO grow seven to nine percent faster than similar-sized businesses that don’t. They also have 10 to 15 percent less employee turnover and are approximately 50 percent less likely to go out of business.
Many different types of companies across a variety of industries partner with VensureHR to take advantage of the PEO options we offer, including non-profit organizations. In fact, our PEO services often help non-profit organizations keep costs under control so that they can devote time and resources to their core mission.
Absolutely. A PEO company like VensureHR allows you to offer the same quality benefits to your employees that a national or global brand provides.
The answer is yes. When you work with PEO services companies like VensureHR, you trust us to manage very specific responsibilities. For example, we make sure employees are paid on time and that payroll processes meet all local, state, and federal rules. We also issue W-2s. You continue to oversee your employees and do things like giving them work assignments, making scheduling decisions, and handling the many other day-to-day tasks just like you always have.
No. We work with businesses of all sizes, from sole practitioners to companies with 50, 250, or even 500 employees. That’s why we offer a flexible, tailored approach to PEO services for your business.