For child care providers, StaffMarket has employee leasing programs that can help your company. Professional Employer Organizations (PEO) have helped thousands of small and mid-sized businesses obtain better employee benefits for their employees and access competitively priced workers compensation insurance.
Like many companies, child care providers have discovered that as their business grows, the administrative aspects require more and more time. Eventually the company needs to hire additional administrative staff or outsource those tasks to a third party. As the regulatory and legal environment for business gets more complicated many companies have hired a PEO or employee leasing company to handle those non-revenue producing activities that do not enhance the child care providers bottom line.
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Company handles government and municipal contracts, such as operations for customer service, enrollment, and eligibility for a state preschool program. They are with a Professional Employer Organization now, but feel the customer service could be better. Four of the employees are in Ohio, while seven total employees are on the health plan.
Company is a daycare that is losing their workers comp coverage.
This company is a daycare learning center with 7 locations, each it's individual entity, 5 in KY and 2 in IN. I have combined the EE count and payroll for all 7 entities into this RFP but will breakout significant data for each in attached documentation. The original company was founded in 2006 and it's EIN is what is listed on this RFP. In 2013, the locations were separated and new EINs issued. They have been with a series of TN based Professional Employer Organizations that have had issues and force out of business. Consequently, they ended up in the hands of an AL based Professional Employer Organization that just notified them that their rates would increase significantly. Detail on each entity is attached. Loss runs and a payroll summary are being worked on. They need to transition before July 31st. Here is a list of their current SUTA rates. The IN rates are Professional Employer Organization paid, the KY rates are client's. Town Square KY 1.21 Bold Forbes KY 1.27 Elizabethtown KY 1.21 Harvard KY 1.26 Jasper IN 4.50 Radcliff KY 1.26 Greenwood IN 4.50
Company is starting a Spanish immersion preschool opening on February 2nd. Her friend who is in HR told her she needs to work with a Professional Employer Organization.
Company is assuming the operations of a child daycare facility from a hospital sometime in March. They are interested in the full suite of Professional Employer Organization services, but are not 100% certain of the financial feasibility of benefits.
This company currently owns an adult daycare and transportation company and he is now about to purchase 5 assisted living facilities out of a group of 17, all in OH. These 5 facilities will become new business entities.
Company is a daycare and school. They do everything in house now with ADP, and are tired of the double digit health premium increases with Kaiser. So, they are looking at how a Professional Employer Organization can help with that, along with consolidating the additional services. The client will provide what is necessary for quoting, except for disclosing current health rates, or renewal rates. So if you can't work with that, simply let me know. After contracting, please send the contact an email to set up a time to talk.
Company is a daycare that is using a Professional Employer Organization now. They've been with that Professional Employer Organization since they opened and now feel its time to check the marketplace.
Company is a daycare facility that is getting non-renewed by their current Professional Employer Organization. Loss information is attached. .
Company is a start up combination daycare and gymnastic training facility. She contacted Aetna to discuss medical coverage and they suggested she contact a Professional Employer Organization. The EE count and estimated payroll is a rough guess, but she thinks she should employ 20 to 30 people once going. She really needs you to just sit down with her and explain your program and options.
Company is a daycare facility that needs payroll administration, and workers comp. A loss affidavit is attached.
Company is a daycare facility. They are interested in payroll administration, workers comp, and benefits. Brought by a new independent rep, so please take your time explaining the offerings. A loss affidavit, and benefits census are attached.
Company is a start up daycare that will hold approximately 300 kids. They are looking at Professional Employer Organization as a way to outsource payroll, tax and benefit admin. They are also interested in medical but don't yet have a census. They are looking to start in about 30 days.
Company is a preschool and is looking at Professional Employer Organization as a possible option to lower their medical benefit expense. They currently utilize a brokered Aetna POS and their renewal is June 1st. They would also like an option for dental. They currently have a 401k administered by Smith Barney. They have already been quoted by Administaff, but their admin was coming in around $189/EE/month. And TriNet, but their highest deductible plan was still $290. A census and W/Comp claims history are being worked on.
Company is a daycare that has been with a local Professional Employer Organization for several years, but due to some service issues, and a 167% increase in their BCBS plan, the are now shopping. The company is currently paying 50% of the EEs medical premium. Call me for specifics of the rate increase. A benefits census and W/C loss documentation is being worked on.
Company is a daycare that also provides curriculum. They have been operating about a year and a half, and are now ready to put together a benefits program for their EEs. The contact expressed that they are looking for a medical plan that the school would not have to contribute anymore than $200/EE, and the EE would not need to pay over $200 for the balance of the monthly premium. She mentioned that they were also interested in a 403b. The contact will be out of the office until Thursday, July 6th. A benefits census is attached, and an Excel version is available on request. Loss runs are being worked on. . UPDATE: 1 9059 EE with a $43,680 payroll was left off of the RFP.
Company is a daycare facility that has been open since April 05. They selected a Professional Employer Organization then, but now need a better health plan to recruit better employees. .
Company is a daycare facility that is looking for a group medical plan. She does not have a good understanding of the Professional Employer Organization service model, but has been told in may be a good option for her medical needs. A benefits census and W/C loss statement have been requested.
Company is new a daycare facility for employees of their other company. They would like the full suite of Professional Employer Organization services. . for participating. Please note that this RFP is under the same ownership of RFP's 4815 and 4816.
Client is a startup, non-profit daycare facility for medically disabled children. Client's goal is to open 10/01/04. Major motivating factor is the elimination of W/C prepay and administration. Client is also interested in providing a quality health care package along with dental and life coverage. Staff will primarily be made up of nurses, nursing assistants and therapists.