We all have the same twenty-four hours in a day, but how we utilize that time has a major impact on our productivity and outcomes. As PEO experts, we know
Compliance, defined as “cooperation or obedience,” plays a large role in owning a business. In fact, today’s dynamic business landscape means things can change in the blink of an eye.
You’ve likely heard it a hundred times, but we’re still in the midst of The Great Resignation. American workers continue to make career changes at record-breaking rates, leaving employers with holes in their roster and desks left vacant. The root of these career changes? The COVID-19 pandemic gave us all extra time to reflect on our work situations, our dreams, and our overall wellbeing. Simply put, workers across the country – and the globe – realized they were unsatisfied, unfulfilled, and under-appreciated.
When you partner with a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), a business relationship called “co-employment” is formed. This is a contractual agreement that divides employer responsibilities between two separate entities: the client company (your business) and the PEO. Co-employment might be an unfamiliar term to you, and that’s okay! We will break it down together. The INVO PEO team is with you through every step as you navigate your new business relationship.
We understand the dynamic nature of today’s business landscape. Business in the digital age means you must evolve business practices to keep up with modern society.
Today is National Employee Appreciation Day, and as Human Resources professionals, we couldn’t help but share some best practices regarding retention, employee engagement, and company culture.
Before we dive too deep into the details of PEO workers’ compensation solutions, let’s first define the term together.
Even with extreme caution and care, some risks are difficult to manage or even predict. Now more than ever, risk management is a crucial aspect of running a business, meaning
We get it, it can be difficult to hand over responsibility for something you love, such as your business. Outsourcing certain tasks shows great wisdom – that you understand your own strengths
You’ve hired a new team member and are excited to welcome them to the team. But in the work-from-home culture we’ve become accustomed to, how can your business ensure that they still feel connected to the team and
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