The Employee Leasing Concept was first introduced in the early 1970’s and has since grown into a widely recognized industry that operates in all 50 states and covers 2-3 million workers.
Employee Leasing Service providers are essentially human resource specialists, employing highly efficient payroll systems, tax specialists, risk managers, and a master workers’ compensation policy that extends coverage to each client company through a Co-Employment agreement.
This Co-Employment relationship allows you to focus on your core business while we handle your payroll, workers’ compensation coverage and claim administration, and the filing of FICA, Federal and State Unemployment Taxes.
Employee leasing programs allow business owners and managers to spend their time doing what they do best, rather than struggling in piles of paperwork.
Some of the services we offer with Employee Leasing
- Calculating wages and payroll deductions
- Preparation and delivery of payroll checks
- Preparation of management informational reports
- Annual Workers’ Compensation Deposits
- Annual Workers’ Compensation Audits
- W-4 Completion and Withholding
- Federal I-9 Employment Eligibility Forms
- W-2 preparation
- 941 Form preparation
- FICA filings
- Federal and State Unemployment Tax filings
- Payroll deductions such as child support or alimony
- Direct Deposit
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Frequently Asked Questions About Employee Leasing
What responsibilities to I have as an employer?
The answer depends on the employee leasing services you choose. In a co-employment arrangement, you still take care of hiring and manage the work of employees on a daily basis. A PEO is your partner to help with HR issues, payroll, compliance, benefits, and administration.
What are the benefits of employee leasing?
The most commonly reported benefits of employee leasing are reduced administrative costs, improved cash flow due to the inclusion of workers’ comp insurance and better compliance with state and federal tax requirements.
What is employee leasing?
Most easily summed up, employee leasing programs are arrangements in which businesses lease their employees through an outside contractor that takes care of the various personnel-related activities commonly associated with human resources management. Employee leasing programs have become particularly popular among small and mid-sized companies.
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