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    Where Things Are Going ...

    Where Things Are Going …

    No matter what the outcome of the elections in November, change is in the air. Obamacare will change one way or the other. Medical costs are rising. Associated legal costs are also rising. This will affect payroll, payroll taxes, workers’ comp premiums, health premiums, HR issues and no doubt increase employer liability. We heard this […]

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    EmployerNomics Franchises

    EmployerNomics Franchises

    It took a lot of time, energy and resources, but EmployerNomics is now a nationally available franchise. With help from Franchise Marketing Systems, we have completed our compliance and due diligence. We are still finishing up the licensing in some states but that should be done very shortly. Use the contact form below to get […]

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    Why Underwriting Standards Change

    Why Underwriting Standards Change

    “But you accepted this risk last year!” How often do underwriters hear that? Often, a risk that was accepted last year is declined this year even though it appears nothing is changed. Sometimes the reverse happens. You’ll hear that something they declined from you last year was just accepted this year, and even worse, through […]

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    Somebody Else's Problem

    Somebody Else’s Problem

    Wouldn’t it be great if employers could make all their employee problems go away? Make them “Somebody Else’s Problem”? We believe that when the Employee Leasing industry chose “PEO” as their new, politically correct moniker, they chose the wrong letters. We think they should call them Employer SEP’s – where the Employee Problems become Somebody […]

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    Medical Marijuana

    More and more states are legalizing prescription cannabis (for medical use.) This has got people to thinking about how this can affect workers’ comp “Drug Free Workplace” programs. Tuesday November 4th marks a landmark day in Florida as (by early polls) this amendment shows signs of passing by an overwhelming margin. PEO Pros would like […]

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    Workers' Comp in a Hard Market

    Workers’ Comp in a Hard Market

    One of the unforeseen negatives of the Affordable Care Act was increased costs for workers’ compensation insurance, coming both from higher taxes assessed to insurance companies and higher costs of claims. The claims costs are on the rise due to more dependance on workers’ comp vs. traditional health insurance, increased medical costs and the big […]

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    Why a Professional HR Partner?

    What can possibly go wrong with a small business? Why would a small business need a professional HR partner? Isn’t that a waste of time and money? No one wants to fine us do they? Our lead agent, John Will Tenney, appears below in a candid video discussing this situation: Business owners, if you’ve ever […]

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    Hourglass PC

    Hourglass PC

    As part of our strategic and contractual alliance with Stonehenge Insurance Solutions, we are happy to work with a growing Property and Casualty insurance agency, Hourglass PC. Based in Tequesta, FL, Hourglass is expanding throughout the state, and eventually hopes to have offices nationwide. Senior Agent Greg Siebern tells us, “We are focusing on the […]

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    Client Profile:  Engenium Staffing

    Client Profile: Engenium Staffing

    Jason Irving returns to us as a client with his new company, Engenium Staffing, a technical, engineering and professional recruiting and staffing firm. “PEO Pros was and still is our best option for securing workers’ compensation and other insurance products.” Jason tells us, “We come here first and never need to go anywhere else. Now […]

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    Three Myths About PEO Agents

    Why does a PEO need an insurance agent for their master workers’ comp policy? What does an agent or agency know that they don’t? Why not just go direct? Cut out the middle man! Doesn’t it cost more money to have an agent involved? Sounds good but in “real life” things don’t work out that […]

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