What Is a PEO?

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A PEO stands for 'Professional Employer Organizations,' which is usually a human resource outsourcing firm for professionals. PEOs help its users to cost-effectively outsource the administration of employee benefits, human resources, and workers' remuneration, as well as Payroll.
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We'll we've got a few answers for that one. PEO can mean Professional Employer Organization (service provider of outsources human resources management), the Professional Engineers
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Close to 700 PEOs employ between 2 to 3 million workers throughout the United States. The average customer is a small business with 19 employees. Thus, such a company may be too small
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According to Wikipedia, PEO may stand for: * Parking enforcement officer. * Plasma electrolytic oxidation, a surface-treatment process for metals. * Polyethylene oxide, a polymer.
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It's not exactly a fire trick, more like a fire-bug trick. I have seen different applications on the internet. If they are lucky, they won't end up in jail.
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