Pay equity continues to be a hot topic in the United States. In 2023, several new regulations aimed at closing the pay gap will take effect, and business owners should take notice.
As an employer, you know how important it is to provide your employees with the benefits they need to stay healthy and happy. But it’s not always easy.
No matter your industry, attracting and retaining top talent is vital to your business. Learn more about the real costs and causes of employee turnover, and strategies you can use to attract and retain top talent in the new year.
This November, INVO PEO is proud to celebrate National Entrepreneurship Month, a time to spotlight the thousands of professionals across the country who have taken their business ideas and set
During pandemic lockdowns, many people perfected the art of a side-hustle, with some of them even turning into full-time gigs or full-fledged businesses. Whether you fall into either of these
Did you know that payroll dates all the way back to the 14th century when businesses realized they needed both bookkeeping and accounting to keep accurate records of their finances?
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.
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