In a business environment that is relying more heavily on human resource management and compliance departments to avoid administrative red tape, small businesses often get left behind as they do not have the resources or finances to compete with large conglomerates. These large companies are protected from liabilities and compliance issues by using these expensive departments and can thus focus on core economic growth. However, Professional Employer Organizations allow small businesses to offer Fortune 500 benefits and provide fully equipped Human Resources and Compliance departments not otherwise available to them. These benefits are extremely attractive to top job talent allowing them to work for smaller niche companies in which they can thrive. Furthermore, The PEO will stay up to date on all legislation pertaining to your business to help avoid crippling fines from administrative changes that may otherwise be impossible to follow. The PEO assumes full liability for any fines incurred while under the plan. Lastly, the PEO allows small businesses to qualify for up to 18 medical insurance plans with multiple companies and also provides supplemental plans not otherwise available to them including: Group Life, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability, FSA’s, and 401k benefits. All of these culminate to help give small businesses the ability to compete with larger companies.