Each PEO Brief looks inside a client's business and their challenges — and how the PEO they found through us met their needs perfectly.
Financial company peo brief
National finance company with 175 employees operating in New York. We also helped them fix an issue they had with Medicare-eligible employees.
printing company peo brief
Family-owned printing company with 75 employees. The company needed a solution for their employees in other states and their workers' compensation coverage. We helped them find a PEO to accomplish both and reduce their medical premiums.
hedge fund company peo brief
Greenwich-based Hedge Fund with 45 employees residing in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Previously using a national PEO, they wanted richer benefits with high out-of-network reimbursement rates and a higher level of service.
publishing company peo brief
National publishing company headquartered in New York, operating in seven states throughout the US. In 2011 they were acquired by a private equity firm that wanted to move them into a PEO to lower costs while offering Fortune 500 benefits and reducing liability.
it firm peo brief
Boston-based IT Firm operating in 12 states. They were using a National PEO and concerned about paying a large percentage of payroll for their administration costs.
private equity peo brief
California-based private equity firm had a small staff that wanted the same benefits and support they enjoyed at their prior, larger firms.
non-profit peo brief
National non-profit based in Chicago that wanted to offer their employees great benefits since most had taken pay cuts to do more fulfilling work. We helped them provide rich benefits and a working HR infrastructure.
start-up company peo brief
Newly-funded startup with 7 employees and hiring more quickly. Their staff was talented and wanted the perks of working for a large employer. They needed to attract talent to grow by setting up an HR infrastructure that was competitive with their peers.
mortgage banker peo brief
Florida-based Mortgage Banker operating in 19 states. They needed versatile HR support and a national benefits plan for their employees.
architecture firm peo brief
New York-based Architectural Firm with 62 employees. Having previously been a larger firm, they wanted to retain the same benefits. We gave them options as well as assistance with the ACA.