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Added by Joe Limboo at 12:50pm on November 9, 2009
ike a back office set-up the PEO handles payroll administration, and creates a co-management employment relationship. the major difference is that the PEO allows the staffing agency to keep far more of the profits. PEO's do not take away the responsibility to providing insurance however for those already above the 50 employees PEOs usually provides a better solution.
Back office companies do provide an awesome optipon for smaller staffing companies who can not afford to put into place a professional staffing structure. They also offer as the author stated insurance options and a payroll solution with legal and HR assistance much like the PEO.
Both are worthy solutions that anyone calling themself a staffing professional should become educated as it could be the difference in increasing the bottom line and going out of business. Each usually have lawyers, human resource professionals and workforce safety on staff to figure out complex situations like ACA which would become a financial burden on small staffing agencies.
I wouild encourage any staffing agency to look into both of these options. as an improvement in your tools.…
is why the result, the payoff, was so wonderful and, in the end, worth it. I worked closely with several people I knew and others I had never met. The rewards of new friendships, lasting memories, and a job well done were many, even though it was difficult, required me to stretch, and, at times, I wasn't sure I could see it through to the end.
The dynamic of these old and new relationships changed as time went on. When the project ended, there was fulfillment wrapped in sadness as we all parted our separate ways and hoped we would work together again. Many of the people with whom I worked, I doubt I will see again, let alone have an additional work experience. Not that I wouldn't want to work with them again, just that, realistically, it probably won't happen.
The day after the project ended, I was fueling up my car to make my trek home. After putting my gas cap back on, I turned to go and almost bumped right into one of the ladies from the project that had just ended. She looked me square in the eye and I was a bit startled because she seemed to appear out of nowhere. I said, quite surprised, "Why, hello. How are you?" She didn't quite seem herself and was having trouble stringing a few words together. "My car won't start..." she said faintly, as she turned away. "Do you need a jump?" She perked up a bit and nodded. I went on, "I have cables, let me pull around."
She seemed instantly relieved and very happy that I knew what I was doing. She explained that she had gotten lost and noticed that she was running low on gas, so she pulled into the station to try and get her bearings and then her car wouldn't start back up. She turned to look for help and saw me. Just the night before, I thought I would never see this lady again. And here we were connecting on life's highway once more.
We never know where we end up or who we will connect with that might mean something to us in our future. How many candidates have the possibility of becoming a client or hiring manager in your future? All of them. And that is how they should be viewed and treated. All of them. Does it serve you in any way to not believe that? Place and dump, happens all the time. It's not a practice you can afford.