PEO's don't eliminate employer's risk

Wojcik, Joanne
May 1998
Business Insurance;05/11/98, Vol. 32 Issue 19, p21
States that experts warn that for those companies that lease employees from professional employer organizations (PEOs), significant business risks remain. Details on PEO transfers; Views of Bernard E. Kottage, senior vice president of risk control consulting for J&H Marsh & McLennan Incorporated in Los Angeles, California; Who most PEOs appeal to; What happens when PEOs contract with client employers.


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