Co-Employment, also known as Employee Leasing, allows you to focus on your core business while we handle your payroll, workers’ compensation coverage and claim administration, and the filing of FICA, Federal and State Unemployment Taxes.
Managing payroll can be a constant challenge for the small business. Talk to us today to find out how Employer Payroll Services can take away this burden and allow you to focus on your business.
Workers’ Compensation Insurance is an essential component of your business. One single claim without this coverage can end your business! Talk to a representative today to be sure your business is properly protected.
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First Employee? Here’s What to Do When You Are Ready to Hire
Hiring your first employee is exciting, but confusing. It opens the door to numerous new requirements and payroll concerns. What do you need to do now that you are employing people? Before you can hire your first employee, you must set up an EIN Your Employee Identification Number is much like a Social Security number […]More »
What’s the difference between an employee and an independent contractor?
An employee and an independent contractor can both perform the same job or service, but their relationship with the employer or business owner that pays them is quite different. The main difference between hiring an employee and using an independent contractor to do the work you need to be done is the amount of control you can […]More »
Workers Comp FAQ
What is Workers Compensation? Workers Compensation is a form of insurance that employers pay to cover employees who suffer work-related injuries. Employees can file a claim and receive all necessary medical care for the work-related injury as well as compensation for lost income while they recover from their injuries and are unable to work. Workers Comp protects the […]More »