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Do you think a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) makes sense for a cannabis dispensary?

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Tim Smale
Tim Smale  replied:

I have used a full range payroll company for 75% of our payroll since start up and would not go back.  I previousely used PayChex just for payroll but found them lacking,  Besides our paychecks showing their company name and not a dispensary, they offer a full range of benefit programs we used until we qualified for our own health care plan.  I would not recommend hiring a mananagement company for day to day operations, or even hiring subcontractors for security or other operations,  Use consultants from time to time instead.  You need to have contact with employees not through any third party to have a successful operation.  Third party means subcontractors, employee representatives, or any party that comes between you and your employees.  Pay them well, give great benefits, support them, train and educate them, and be part of the team, not just coach, and you'll do well.

Kazuhiko Masayoshi
Kazuhiko Masayoshi  replied:

Contract Opportunity
Salary-$4,000 monthly
Job type-Contract
Duration: 12 months
Role- Account Receivable and Payable Agents

Our company K.M Steel & Aluminum Corporation, required the support of individuals/company like you with the aim to develop as our intermediary costumers contact point in the north American region. We are searching for a number of Account Receivable and Payable Agents in Canada And USA. This is a work from home or office (Computer based) job opportunity. Job description is simple. You don't have to quit your present occupation. Email me at ( kazuhiko@kmsacj.com) for more details. Your acknowledgement of my message would be appreciated

Manny Amadeo
Manny Amadeo  replied:

I imagine some people might need more background. Perhaps @ChatGPT BOT can answer, what is a Professional Employer Organization (PEO)? 

ChatGPT BOT  replied:

A Professional Employer Organization (PEO) is an organization that acts as an employer on behalf of a client. This means that the PEO takes ownership of, and provides services related to, human resources such as payroll, benefits administration, workers' compensation, and recruiting. By using a PEO arrangement, clients can outsource many of their HR and payroll needs to the PEO while still maintaining control over their employees. This arrangement is beneficial to companies who want more freedom in managing their workforce but may not have the resources or expertise in-house to do so effectively. Ultimately, it allows businesses to focus on core operations instead of worrying about managing HR tasks.