1. How PEOs Encourage Small Business Growth

    Small business owners are special people. Not everyone can handle the stress, endless work, and creative demands that must be met if you want to start your own business. For one thing, entrepreneurs must have an uncanny ability to multitask. If you’re not ready to perform the duties of at least three different full-time employees, this might not be the right career path for you. In the first few…Read More

  2. 3 Ways a PEO Helps Grow Your Business

    Perhaps, you’ve thought about working with a professional employer organization before but have hesitated to make the leap.  Maybe you’re a small to medium business now and looking to grow but you’re not sure if a PEO is the best fit for a growing company.  We’re here to tell you that not only is a PEO the perfect fit for your company but will help you grow your business fast and with fe…Read More

  3. Want To Avoid High Turnover Rates? Our PEO Can Help.

    In the beginning stages of a new company’s growth, teams are small and intimate. As an employee who comes in on the ground floor, there’s a great deal of loyalty and personal investment in the company’s success. From the owner all the way to the newest hire, they know that they’re involved in the creation of something new, and they want to see this new idea reach its full potential. As you…Read More

  4. Don’t Hire A PEO Unless They Have This.

    If you were a school principal, you wouldn’t hire just anyone to teach seventh grade science. You’d interview a number of applicants to verify that they had the proper degrees, licenses, and certifications to teach subjects in a way that met government regulations. When hiring someone to replace the roof on your home after a hail storm, you wouldn’t just pick a random person off Craigslist w…Read More

  5. 3 Labor Laws You Could Be Violating Without Even Knowing It

    Being a successful business owner is about more than just satisfying your customers and making a profit. All businesses depend on employees to take care of everyday tasks that keep the business moving forward. Whether it’s opening a store on time, keeping a retail shop clean, bringing in new clients, or physically producing a product, you’re nothing without these employees. Taking care of them…Read More

  6. 4 Important Employment Laws Every Employer Should Know

    At your business, you’re the expert. You know everything there is to know about your products, services, customers, and employees. But how much do you know about state and federal labor laws? If you’ve got a sheepishly-clueless look on your face right now, don’t feel too bad. You’d be surprised how many people start a small business without the slightest idea of all the rules and regulatio…Read More

  7. 3 Tips For Maintaining OSHA Compliance At Your Workplace

    It’s hard to imagine, but there was once a time when employers could do whatever they wanted in order to turn a profit; even if this meant taking advantage of employees and forcing them to work in inhumane conditions. What’s even harder to believe is how long it took for the United States government to take official action on this issue. Thankfully, in 1970, Congress passed the Occupational Sa…Read More

  8. Fast-Growing Companies Can’t Survive Without One Of These.

    Fast-Growing Companies Can’t Survive Without One Of These. You started a business out of your garage, and never expected that in just a couple of years, you’d now be moving into your very own shop or office space. Congratulations! You’ve accomplished something that many would-be entrepreneurs only dream about. Now that you’re expanding and making plans to bring on lots of new employees, ma…Read More

  9. New York State Legislative Watch: Proposed Bill To Amend The Small Group Healthcare Law

    The Senate Bill S704, sponsored by James Seward, passed the Senate with a unanimous vote (58 to 0). This bill is to amend the insurance law in New York State, reverting the definition of "small group" to 2-50 employees. A companion bill appears to be in the works for the Assembly. We will advise when it is formalized. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? Beginning January 2016, New York State amended the definiti…Read More

  10. Who Can Benefit From a PEO?

    We’ve previously discussed what a professional employer organization is or a PEO but the question still remains should an employer benefit from working with a PEO? A PEO is a way of outsourcing a company’s HR management, insurance packages, and payroll to experienced professionals who do just that.  It requires experience to make that decision.  The Medical Link in New York City, partners wi…Read More