Save time and money, protect your business, move forward with confidence and offer employees access to Fortune 500®-caliber benefits. With a PEO from ADP®, your small (1-49 employees) or midsized (50-999 employees) business gets dedicated guidance and all-in-one technology to help you manage your HR, talent, benefits and risks, and achieve concrete results.
With a PEO, both you and ADP have a co-employment relationship with your employees. ADP assumes certain employer responsibilities such as payroll processing and tax filing. You maintain control of your business and all of the management responsibilities. It works hand-in-hand with your business to focus on the services that you need most:
Most companies that invest in a PEO find savings, although where they find it may fluctuate from year to year. Many discover that they can offer a richer overall benefits package than they could afford to offer on their own — and at a competitive price.
Companies who invest in a PEO may also find that they uncover savings when they:
A PEO lets you offer a richer, more complete benefits package than you could likely provide on your own — everything from medical, dental, vision and life insurance; commuter benefits; long- and short-term disability; 401(k) plans and more.
What’s the payoff? Better benefits can help you:
With a PEO, you don’t have to be the benefits point person. ADP communicates directly with your employees leading up to annual benefits enrollment to help educate your staff about their available choices. Your employees enroll online or by phone, and they speak directly with ADP when they have policy questions, life changes or need to report an incident.
ADP can help significantly reduce the risks of being an employer.
By following our guidance and processes, you may be covered by our legal defense benefit if an employee sues your company. ADP TotalSource® is the only PEO to offer this benefit.
Compliance is a central component of our PEO. Along with our systems and processes, our team of experts knows the latest HR compliance rules and regulations.
A risk and safety consultant will collaborate with and advise you on your worksite-safety program, training and claims, and help with compliance for your specific industry. This can help to:
A PEO can mean greater efficiency. You focus on managing and growing your business. We'll be your advisor on how to handle HR, payroll, benefits, compliance and talent.
We also partner with our clients to tackle today's talent topics, such as:
“I view the relationship [with ADP] as a partnership more than just a customer-supplier relationship. ... It can be a simple issue like updating a policy all the way to complex issues ... we have extra help out there that can help us navigate issues as we grow.”
—Arlyn Small, Senior VP Human Resources