Why outsource human resources duties to a PEO?
What is Co-Employment?
What is ESAC?
What is NAPEO?
What is the Certification Institute?
What is an ASO?
How do we communicate with Human Resources, Inc.
If an employee has a technical question does Human Resources, Inc. answer it?
What if an employee's pay status changes or the employee receives a bonus? Can HRI deal with those issues?
Do you charge any extra for direct deposits?
Can you tell us any time how much we've paid out in employee benefits or salaries at any given point in a year?
A PEO such as Human Resources, Inc., acts as your HR department, handling most of the complex, time-consuming HR tasks. Highly trained HRI professionals can perform many aspects of human resource management. This allows businesses to focus their resources on their products or services. This not only is more efficient and more economical, it also increases your productivity.
As worksite employers, your company will continue to direct employees in their day-to-day duties and activities. As co-employer, responsible for many human resource administrative functions, Human Resources, Inc., manages employee benefits administration, payroll processing, payroll tax preparation and filing, and employees' W-2s. HRI also handles Workers' Compensation, state unemployment insurance, and guidance on HR issues.
The Employer Services Assurance Corporation administers an accreditation program for the professional employer organization (PEO) industry verifying compliance with ethical, financial, and operational standards. Accredited PEOs are backed by $11 million in surety bonds, providing financial assurance for clients, worksite employees, insurers, and regulatory authorities.
The National Association of Professional Employer Organizations is the largest trade association for PEOs nationwide. NAPEO is committed to furthering and protecting the interests of its PEO members and their clients, at all levels of government, through proactive lobbying efforts and timely communications on regulatory and legislative issues of interest.
This certification program provides independent professional verification that a human resources company's risk-management program is meeting proven insurance industry risk-management best practices. Certification also provides Workers' Compensation insurance companies with ongoing assurance that a human resource management company is in fact implementing industry best practices in a consistent and effective manner.
An Administrative Services Organization (ASO) administers payroll, insurance, and benefits packages, provides human resources consulting and management, and HR guidance to employers. A company utilizing the services of an ASO continues to utilize its own tax ID number and its own Workers' Compensation policy.
Live telephone service is always available during normal business hours to answer employer or employee inquiries. After-hours voice mail messages are returned promptly the next business day by our human resources professionals in our Florida and Georgia offices.
Yes. Part of our service is to deal with questions involving HR, including questions about state and federal laws as well as regulations regarding payroll, benefits, and insurance. Your employees will have their questions answered by one of our human resources professionals in Florida or Georgia.
Yes, HRI handles any of the above and others. Just let our human resources staff in Florida or Georgia know what you would like to change. As well, your employees may go online to access their personal account to view and print paystubs, change personal information, and tax information. Questions that otherwise would be directed to your HR Department are now at your employees' fingertips.
No. We accommodate up to 10 direct deposits per employee per pay period at no extra charge.
Yes, we can tell you in person via telephone or we have online information available for instant access. You can call an HRI human resources professional in Florida or Geogia if you need help accessing the information online.