Growing Non-Dues Revenue by Partnering with a PEO

by | 1 Mar, 2021

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Businesses today have a lot on their plate. Between trying to outwit their competition and innovate in unique and distinctive ways throughout the year, businesses today are smart to partner up with a Professional Employer Organization, or PEO.

PEOs help businesses outsource essential but tedious functions such as human resources, talent acquisition, and payroll. PEOs help companies grow more quickly while bolstering some often- overlooked departments.

Save Money and Time

The business landscape is highly competitive and businesses across the nation and the world are looking to cut costs and save time wherever possible. They’re also constantly looking for ways to improve their talent acquisition by offering great benefits, but these concepts are often at odds with one another.

PEOs help businesses reconcile these tasks by giving them access to essential benefits such as retirement plans and healthcare options. These benefits are highly sought after by employees today and will improve a company’s talent acquisition process ten-fold. More on HR outsourcing and what that means in these articles.

Improve Compliance

It’s simply not possible for an organization to know every set of laws related to their business, and this goes double for tax laws. Taxation is a complicated web of regulations and loopholes, so expansive and multifaced that it takes a truly dedicated professional to understand it.

PEOs are stacked with professionals such as these, in order to help businesses like yours understand and comply with tax law with substantial peace of mind. Every tax-related outlet at your business will be taken care of by the PEO you choose to partner with, who know guidelines from every direction. Explore more HR compliance articles here.

Opportunities for Greater Human Resources Technology

Many companies today are investing substantial sums of money into their human resources and the cutting-edge technology which is being developed for the department. However, many companies still don’t have the proper knowledge, budget, or resources to truly commit to these investments and differentiate the traditional from the truly innovative.

PEOs provide technology solutions that are the best in the industry, but which are commonly unknown or inaccessible for many businesses. These include solutions such as an advanced HR system and payroll management software.

Hone Your Focus

A business is a core set of values trying to sell consumers on a product or service. Any additional departments, such as human resources, usually clog up this vision and add bureaucratic bloat, which weighs down businesses and poses distractions to employees at all levels of the organization.

PEOs are specifically designed to eliminate these distractions, taking the reigns of many departments not directly related to the job at hand managing them in manners that improve on efficiency and cost- basis. Partnering with a PEO improves flexibility and focus for your entire organization, a true blessing in today’s business landscape. Get in touch with Navigate here to learn how we can help.


Tom DiSilva
Tom DiSilva has been providing professional human resource services for over 30 years. As the CEO of Navigate PEO, he actively partners with organizations of all sizes in the Greater New England area and across the country to help their businesses grow. He has expertise in HR and Labor Management, offering guidance and support for key areas of business such as negotiations, operations management, employee coaching, and employee benefits design. . He is an active member of The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), The National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO), Professional Association of Co-Employers (PACE), and The American Payroll Association (APA). He is deeply committed to giving back to the community both personally and through Navigate Cares, which provides support for several nonprofit organizations such as the USO, The Boys & Girls Club, and the 3Point Foundation.

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