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Old 10-28-2010, 05:59 PM   #1
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Working With A PEO To Save Money On Worker's Comp.


Working with a Professional Employment Organization is your alternative solution to your current insurance carrier. Reduce the high cost of your back-office employee functions, such as worker's compensation insurance coverage, payroll processing and administration, and all critical staffing and human resource issues. When you do partner with a company that is a PEO you protect yourself from employee liability claims through "co-employment" and you have no change in your day to day operations. Your ex-mod never goes up, and typically you can save anywhere from 10-25% annually on your worker's comp.
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Old 10-28-2010, 06:29 PM   #2
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Nobody cares?

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Old 10-28-2010, 06:35 PM   #3
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Not picking up what you are putting down
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Old 10-29-2010, 12:30 PM   #4
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Thats unfortunate no one cares. I guarantee all of you are overpaying for your worker's comp. In this economy why wouldn't you want to save money? Even small contractors with only a couple employees can benefit.Who is paying too much here for Worker's Comp?

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I have one guy I want to hire part time. He works a couple different trades for me, so I want his hours rated at what he's doing.

IE, this week he did 20 hours of framing, and 5 hours of drywall. Last week he did 10 hours of painting and 10 hours of low voltage cable pulling. I need to be able to shift these week by week as we are not sure what he'll be doing on any given week.

Total expected salary to him is going to be $24k-$29k a year.

What can you quote me?
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dont know how i missed this thread , but are you talking about saving on office workers only ?

cause thats not the problem , if you can save me on techs wc am interested.
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It's for the techs - carpenters, drywallers, roofers, etc.
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dont know how i missed this thread , but are you talking about saving on office workers only ?

cause thats not the problem , if you can save me on techs wc am interested.
Of course you can save save on all class codes...I have a specialty product available that allows you to report your payroll monthly for each class code/job preformed and you only pay for the amount of payroll you had for that period.

What carrier are you currently with?

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i do not have a w.c. carrier yet. i am just getting started , but expect to add tech in 1 to 3 months.

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