PEO RELATIONSHIP

The best companies today are always looking for an advantage. Partnering with Omega enables clients to cost-effectively outsource the management of their vital human resources and concentrate on their primary business functions.

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PAYROLL SERVICES

Omega provides comprehensive payroll functions to all of our clients. Our system provides complete online capability allowing our clients and their employees access to their data in real time. We make your entire payroll process streamlined and efficient.

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HRO SERVICES

Omega administers all your HR functions, including payroll, HR consulting, compliance, benefits and risk management activities – allowing you to concentrate on operational and revenue-producing activities.

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WHAT IS A PEO?

 
Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) enable clients to cost-effectively outsource the management of human resources, employee benefits, payroll and workers’ compensation.  Here are some common questions & answers:
 
Who uses a PEO?
Any business can find value in a PEO relationship. An average client of a NAPEO member company is a business with 19 worksite employees. Larger businesses are finding value in a PEO arrangement, because PEOs offer robust web-based HR technologies and expertise in HR management.
How does a PEO arrangement work?
Once a client company contracts with a PEO, the PEO will then co-employ the client’s worksite employees. In the arrangement among a PEO, a worksite employee and a client company, there exists a co-employment relationship in which both the PEO and client company have an employment relationship with the worker. The PEO and client company share and allocate responsibilities and liabilities.
Why would a business use a PEO?
Business owners want to focus their time and energy on the “business of their business” and not on the “business of employment.” As businesses grow, most owners do not have the necessary human resource training; payroll and accounting skills, the knowledge of regulatory compliance, or the backgrounds in risk management, insurance and employee benefit programs to meet the demands of being an employer. PEOs give small-group markets access to many benefits and employment amenities they would not have otherwise.
 
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