“When we had issues with employees or questions about payroll, Servant was there to help and guide us.”
When a company enters into an agreement with a professional employer organization (PEO), it establishes a three-way relationship between the company, its employees and the PEO. The company and the PEO become co-employers, instead of the traditional employer company/employee relationship.
When a company engages Servant HR, a co-employment or administrative employment relationship is created between the company, Servant HR and the workers of the company. Co-employment is a contractual arrangement in which Servant HR becomes the co-employer of all or part of a company’s working staff. Under this arrangement, employment responsibilities are shared between Servant HR and the client, while allowing the client to retain essential management control over the work performed by the assigned employees.
No. Servant HR does not recruit or provide staff to its clients like temporary staffing firms do. Servant HR involves all or most of the employees of the client company in a long-term employment relationship.
Through co-employment, Servant HR assumes responsibility for a wide range of responsibilities and risks that an employer typically carries. Servant HR also pays and reports wages and employment taxes out of its own accounts, and administers clients’ benefits to employees.Servant HR eliminates your administrative hassles while offering you superior benefits administration.
No. Servant HR clients and Servant HR become partners in the co-employment relationship of the workers. The client retains responsibility for the day-to-day management of the workers. Clients maintain all “hire and fire” authority, handle promotions and provide workplace supervision as required.
Servant HR has expanded its service offerings to include capabilities needed by more sophisticated companies. These may include full HR consulting services, background checking, applicant drug testing, supplemental employee benefits, etc. These services may be priced individually or offered as part of the overall services plan.
One of the best features of using Servant HR is the single payment made to the PEO. One payment, made with each payroll cycle, is all that is required. The client company reports the amounts to be paid to each employee and Servant HR does the rest. Servant HR offers the ability to report detailed labor related costs to clients in a form that provides easy integration with internal accounting software.
Servant HR can “unbundle” services and benefits for clients that already have these capabilities. The advantages of using Servant HR remain an attractive solution for many of these companies
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