WAIT! Did you know that you can save on your Workers Comp costs by considering a PEO and avoid the state risk pool?
A PEO is a Professional Employer Organization. They manage thousands of employees for companies like yours. This gives them the economies of scale to give you the best rates, and get you in compliance so you can focus on growing your company. They can handle your Payroll, Payroll Taxes, HR, workers comp claims, OSHA reporting and more.
And save money in the process!
Know your options with experts that understand your industry and have the negotiation power to get you in compliance and covered! We only work with A Rated Carriers.
Having a hard time getting coverage?
Not to worry. We will handle every situation, from new business, coverage gaps, too many claims, 1099 exposure to those with lack of coverage history. We seen it all. We will represent your company and get you the peace of mind you deserve so you can focus on growing your business.
— Miguel Mateo, Handyman
Pay-as-you-go Workers Comp
Our PEO programs are unique and tailored for small to medium sized businesses. Rather than putting hefty down payments and going through workers comp audits, with our programs you only pay workers comp premiums based on what you report for payroll on real time basis.
Human Resources Support
We believes small business owners should focus on what matters most, growing your business! We have experts with years of experience on staff to handle all of your HR needs.
Do not let the big box payroll companies nickel and dime you for things that you deserve for free. If you decide to opt into payroll with us your employees are eligible for free direct deposit. Ask us about our Hassle-Free Payroll Processing Today!
Our PEO services rates
We work with the largest PEOs in the country to guarantee best rates and coverage required for your employees. We can provide additional services for a small fee that will allow the business owner to always be in compliance with state regulations. Owners focus on growing their company we handle HR, Payroll, Workers Comp, and even unemployment claims.
Workers compensation is a line of insurance that covers employees from injuries that occur on the jobsite. It covers an injured employees medical bills and lost wages while they are out of work.
Workers Comp is a state mandated rate that is always percentage of your employees payroll.
A workers comp certificate shows your workers comp coverage limits, when your workers comp coverage started and when your workers comp coverage ends.
Your contractor requires you to provide a workers comp certificate because if one of your employees gets injured on the jobsite he does not want to be held liable.
With each workers comp carrier it varies but due to the volume of business PREMIER Workers Comp sends to our preferred workers comp carriers you can get covered a lot faster than what your standard agent can offer.
A contractual arrangement in which the leasing company, also known as a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), is the official employer. Employment responsibilities are typically shared between the leasing company and the business owner.
Yes, workers comp is required by law. If you have 1 employee in the construction industry it is required by law. For non-construction, for example, in FL when you have 4 employees it is required by law.
Workers comp coverage is harder to find for construction companies because construction companies are more likely to have employees that get injured on jobsites so it is more risk to them so they will usually not write it. At PREMIER Workers Comp we have access to carriers that write all workers comp classification codes so if you are looking for a quote feel free to call or email us today.
There is many ways to get approved for a workers comp discount, some examples are good workers comp history or having a large group of employees that you need covered. Call Us Today to see how we can assist you in getting discounted workers comp.
Yes, your corporation that is registered is the employer and corporate officers of the company are considered employees.
Yes, owner operators do qualify for workers comp coverage. Call Us Today to find out about our owner operator program.
PEO can run any report that the business owner needs, which the business owner can give to the CPA. The business owner can also give the CPA access to PEO portal (if applicable), or they can work with the business owner’s CPA directly.