Jan Kaupas, Vice President of Sales
Keeping Promises Since 2009
Are you a benefits broker or small business owner thinking about a PEO partnership, but aren’t sure if your client or business is a fit? To help with this question, we have put together a quick and easy PEO assessment.
In early January, NAPEO released the results from their 2017 Q3 survey. We put together this infographic that sums up some of the key findings from this report.
With the costs of health insurance and healthcare benefits rising to record highs, many small businesses are struggling to cope with these increased expenses. This story is one that is all too familiar to benefits brokers today. It’s also what happened to a broker who recently partnered with Extensis.
The relationship between a PEO and its client is called co-employment. While this is where the confusion comes from, co-employment and employee leasing are drastically different.
A recent article on the Harvard Business Review took a closer look at the CVS-Aetna deal and how it might change the future of health care in the United States.