As a PEO, we handle the complexities of HR for multiple companies, so that business owners can focus on their core competencies rather than HR issues and administration; by doing so our clients are able to concentrate on their passion. Human Resources can often times be challenging dealing with the many needs and issues of employees, so how can we, as a PEO, handle those needs without becoming overwhelmed ourselves? HR Strategies recently had the opportunity to write an article about this very topic in the recent issue of the PEO Insider, a national monthly publication by the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations.
HR Strategies recognizes the importance of understanding how PPACA relates to the co-employer relationship that PEO’s engage in with their clients. Some clients in a co-employer relationship may be concerned with being part of a “large group plan”, rather than their smaller company size. Thanks to the National Association of PEOs (NAPEO), when PPACA was being reviewed in Congress language was included in a colloquy record indicating Congressional intent that in a PEO arrangement, the small business tax credits, employer mandates, and non-discrimination testing will all apply at the client level. We are pleased to provide you with the opportunity to view the colloquy as provided by NAPEO… http://www.napeo.org/docs/PPACA%2045R%20credit.pdf