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Should You Use a Professional Employer Organization?

 
  Arthur F. Rothberg, Managing Director, CFO Edge, LLC  
   
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As you look at ways to increase the focus of your valuable resources on core competencies, an important question arises: Should you use a Professional Employer Organization?

Many small businesses and startups are not ready to budget a full-time HR director or staff, and they have moved HR functions to Professional Employer Organizations or PEOs.

As co-employers, companies hire and manage staff. PEOs run HR functions, compliance and benefit packages that rival large-firm benefits.

These benefit packages can include the full spectrum of insurance offerings - health, life, vision, dental and disability - as well as retirement plans.

Los Angeles and Southern California executives who are looking at more efficient and cost-effective ways to operate HR can benefit from talking with a provider of outsourced CFO services.

Bringing the experience and expertise of a former enterprise chief financial officer, an on-demand CFO can work with you to identity your current staff and budget costs for HR and recommend the best strategic path.

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