professional employer organization (PEO) is an HR outsourcing firm that provides services to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The PEO offers may typically include human resource consulting, safety, and risk mitigation services, payroll processing, employer payroll tax filing, workers, compensation insurance, health benefits, employers’ practice and liability insurance, retirement, regulatory compliance assistance, workforce management technology, and training and development. The

PEO enters into a contractual co-employment agreement with its clientele. Through co-employment, the PEO becomes the employer of record for tax purposes by filing payroll taxes under its tax identification numbers. As the legal employer, the PEO is responsible for withholding proper taxes, paying unemployment insurance taxes, and providing workers’ compensation coverage.

A professional employer organization (PEO) is an organization that enters into a joint-employment relationship with an employer by leasing employees to the employer, thereby allowing the PEO to share and manage many employee-related responsibilities and liabilities. This allows employers to outsource their human resources functions, such as employee benefits, payroll administration, workers’ compensation, and employment taxes.

By combining the employees of several companies into one large pool, professional employer organizations, also known as employee leasing companies, can offer business owners better rates on health care and workers’ compensation coverage. The net effect can be significant savings of your time and money.

A professional employer organization is a third-party human resources provider that assumes co-liability for its client’s workforce. Whether managing unemployment and payroll taxes or providing workers’ compensation insurance, PEOs offer numerous employee benefits that can provide more HR stability for your small business. PEOs are great options for small businesses with understaffed HR teams because they take all the necessary HR responsibilities off their plates. Businesses that work with a PEO enter a co-employment arrangement.

While businesses are still responsible for running their operations, their employees are technically also working for the PEO and are reported under the PEO’s employer identification number (EIN).

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Why MME for PEO services India

MM Enterprises provides small & medium-sized businesses with at least five employees or more than that with flexible coverage and comprehensive service options. Businesses that partner with MME have access to over 5,000 training resources, payroll processing, benefits administration, complete HR solutions, and risk management. It has extensive services for human resources, workers’ compensation, employee onboarding, government compliance, and workforce optimization. MME recruitment company provides small and medium-sized businesses and employees with reliable services. Additionally, it can help you analyze and overhaul various business processes to make your company more efficient.

MME Global HR provides one of the most robust service selections of any PEO we reviewed without sacrificing personalized support. MME offers a dedicated support team, including an HR manager, client liaison, HR specialist, payroll services specialist, performance specialist, benefits specialist, recruiting specialist, and safety consultant. Since MME is an accredited PEO, you can feel reassured that you are partnering with a reputable PEO company in India.

The best pricing structure for your company depends on several factors, such as the number of employees you have, whether you employ part-time or full-time employees, employee salary levels, and expected company growth. PEOs rarely give you the option of choosing your pricing structure.

Before you find a PEO for your company, weigh the pros and cons of each structure and how the costs may change as your business scales. It is also useful to run the numbers. Calculate what may be more cost-effective for your business. Is a PEO that you pay for per employee more financially manageable than a percentage of your payroll, or will you save more by paying a percentage of total payrolls?

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