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Client Companies


T&T Staff values our client companies and the partnerships we have with each of them. Read what they're saying about the impact we've made together and how satisfied they are.

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Client Testimonial

Jonathan Podosky Vice President
Bleznak Associates and Woodbury Management, Inc. - Property Management firm

At the present time, our organization has approximately 130 employees in three different states. By entering into a relationship with a PEO, we have been able to provide a consistently high level of benefits to our employees with in turn helps us retain valuable people on our employees' needs business, knowing employees' needs are being addressed adequately and professionally by our PEO.

Featured FAQ

How does a PEO arrangement work?
I
n the relationship among a PEO, a worksite employee, and a client company, there exists a co-employment relationship in which both the PEO and client company have an employment relationship with the worker. The PEO and client company contractually allocate and share traditional employer responsibilities and liabilities.

The PEO assumes responsibility and liability for the "business of employment" including risk management, human resources, labor law compliance, payroll resource, payroll, and employee taxes. The client company manages product development and production, marketing, sales, and service. The PEO assumes and establishes an employment relationship with the worksite employee and provides a complete human resource and employee benefit package.