advantage business partners ​​

Just so you know, all HR Outsourcing providers are not the same
We match the best PEO, ASO, Payroll or HR Management service for you.

HR Support



Workers' Comp


HR Service Centers
Employee Handbooks
Unemployment Claims
Program Reviews
Job Descriptions
I-9 Assistance
New Hire Reporting
FLSA Review
FMLA Administration 
Forms & Posters
SSN Verification

24/7 Accessibility
Accrual & Tracking
Inquiries & Verifications
Job Costing Options
Garnishment & Levies
W-2 Processing
Customized Reports
GL Interface
Tax Management 
Unemployment Reporting

Medical Plans
Dental & Vision Plans
Supplemental Insurance
401K Plans
Eligibility Tracking
ACA Compliance
Benefits Administration
Cobra Administration
Annual Enrollment
Wellness Programs
Section 125 Plans

Multiple Carriers
Pay As You Go Options
Hard to Place Comp
Discounted Rates
Deductible Plans
Managed Claims
Retro Plan Options
Claims Management
Safety Programs
Return to Work Programs

HRIS Options
Applicant Tracking
Time & Attendance
GL Interfaces
Mobile App Solutions
Expense Management
Time Off Tracking
Online Performance Management
Training Options

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Did you know?
Small Businesses That Use PEO's 

Are 50% Less Likely to Go Out of Business

Grow 7-9%

Have 10 to 14% Lower Turnover

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Source: The National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO)

So, what is a PEO?
A professional employer organization (PEO) provides comprehensive HR solutions for small and mid-size businesses. Payroll, benefits, HR, tax administration, and regulatory compliance assistance are some of the many services PEOs provide to growing businesses across the country.  

By taking care of paperwork and providing regulatory compliance assistance, PEOs help businesses improve productivity, increase profitability, and focus on their core mission.​​

The PEO relationship involves a contractual allocation and sharing of certain employer responsibilities between the PEO and the client, as delineated in a contract typically called a client service agreement (CSA).

For the obligations a PEO agrees to take on with respect to its clients, the PEO assumes specific employer rights, responsibilities, and risks through the establishment and maintenance of a relationship with the workers of the client. ​Through a PEO, the employees of small businesses gain access to big-business employee benefits such as: 401(k)plans; health, dental, life, and other insurance; dependent care; and other benefits they might not typically receive as employees of a small company.
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And, who uses PEO's?

Country Clubs
Retail Stores
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Professional Services
Law Firms
Banks & Financial Services
Marketing & Advertising
Medical & Dental
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Construction & Trades
Skilled Trades
Architects & Engineers
General Contractors
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Just about any employer can benefit from a PEO
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Chambers & Associations
Realtors & Property
Auto Dealers & Repair Shops
& Logistics
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