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Considerations for Transitioning Out of a Professional Employer Organization
William Gallagher Associates Link to more items from this source
Apr. 28, 2014
"While PEOs can provide a good employee benefits solution for a small company in the early stages of development, they will not necessarily be a cost-effective way to provide benefits once the company has grown. After crossing the 25-employee threshold, it becomes critical to consider other options for providing competitive employee benefit programs. Employers must be cognizant of the many cost, transitional and investment control issues that come with using a PEO."

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