Hospitality Companies - 477 PEO & Employee Leasing Solutions are available at StaffMarket

For hospitality companies, 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, hospitality companies 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 hospitality companies bottom line.

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Here are some of the hospitality companies we have helped find their best PEO and employee leasing solution


Company is a restaurant that has been in business for about 15 years. Employee retention and attraction are important items to them and feel perhaps some kind of a health plan would be a good way to go. Also maybe a 401K plan as well. HR is an issue as well.


35 Employee Hospitality Company in Ohio

Company is a restaurant that is looking for workers comp and payroll.


79 Employee Hospitality Company in Georgia

Company is a hotel management group with locations in ten states. They are with a Professional Employer Organization now but are having services issues. Those issues include lack of transparency with both W/C and SUTA claims, inflexible or lack of custom report requests, and issues with accounting reconciling. They would also like a more streamlined onboarding process. They offer an Aetna plan now, but are willing to look at any carrier. Basically, they want to get out of the dark ages, and into a more current technological HRIS platform. Please initiate contact via email to set up a conference call with their team.


664 Employee Hospitality Company in Kansas

This is a take out only pizza restaurant that is a sister company of the previous Sky Unlimited company.


14 Employee Hospitality Company in California

Company will be opening a sushi restaurant in April. They would like payroll, workers comp, and help with local state employment regulations.


10 Employee Hospitality Company in Nevada

This is a small start up restaurant that is trying to open ASAP but due to a delayed county utilities project running over in their parking lot, they are waiting for it to complete before opening. They anticipate that happening the beginning of March. He has never used a Professional Employer Organization but it has been recommended by a friend that currently uses one.


8 Employee Hospitality Company in North Carolina

Company is going to be opening a restaurant in the next 4-6 months. He would like to get payroll, workers comp, but also need benefits in place for himself, and the chef that is coming on board in the next month.


25 Employee Hospitality Company in Kentucky

This company is a restaurant that originally came to us seeking a Professional Employer Organization to help them with expertise in CA specific HR admin. One of the partners is an attorney and he is looking for ways to mitigate their employer risk exposure. But they also offer a BCBS plan of which they pay $150/EE and they would be interested if a Professional Employer Organization can bring a better rate or coverage option. They collect time and attendance on their Aloha POS and send a report to their payroll provider, Heartland. The contact on this RFP is the office manager and she works 7:00 to 2:00. I have quite a bit of underwriting documentation so instead of attaching it all to this RFP, I will send it in a separate email. Please make sure you have the partners scheduled in on your proposal.


57 Employee Hospitality Company in California

This company is a trucking firm that transports some of their own products, grains for other farms and ingredients for pet food products. They have previously employed 1099 drivers but they are now converting to W2, so they've had no prior W/Comp coverage. Two of the drivers could possibly be classified as local but the rest of them are only home on weekends. They are licensed to haul in the lower 48 but we primarily stay south and east of PA, MO, & TX. They may be interested in the other add-ons but their primary concern is worker's comp coverage. An ACORD has been requested.


8 Employee Hospitality Company in Georgia

Company will be purchasing a hotel in the next 30 days. Their immediate need is for workers comp, and payroll. Benefits can be looked at beginning in Jan.


93 Employee Hospitality Company in Minnesota

This company is a start up and the EE counts and gross payroll figures are just guesses. The business is a contract food manufacturer or warehousing operation. They will either takeover full production in a food production facility or a specific part of the production. They will also do full production at their own facility. The plan is to operate in TX and CA. The contact has utilized Professional Employer Organizations in the past and understands the value prop.


220 Employee Hospitality Company in Texas

Company is a deli, bakery, and cafe, that is considering expansion. Your contact is a restaurant consultant that is helping with better employee administration, workers comp rates, and benefits to support their growth interests.


19 Employee Hospitality Company in Michigan

This company is a nonprofit food bank operation. Their interest is consolidating their payroll, HR and benefits admin. They currently provide different plans to different employees so they will need help in shopping for a single plan to provide all their EEs. They are also interested in discussing options to add a 401k, vision and dental. Loss runs have been requested. They are interested in possibly starting with a Professional Employer Organization as soon as May.


7 Employee Hospitality Company in Maryland

This company is a start up hotel near downtown Orlando. This is not a tourist hotel but will service the medical complex surrounding it. It is actually taking over a former hospital and converting it into a hotel with restaurants. They would like to start Jan 1st with the initial 5 EEs that will be working to develop the hotel. At this time, they expect to open around Aug 1st so the would begin to hire the hotel and restaurants starting the first of July. They estimate their payroll will then expand to around $820,000/yr. A census for the initial 5 EEs is attached, but as they are a start up, now other documentation has been collected.


5 Employee Hospitality Company in Florida

Company is a common carrier of refrigerated food products only, and traveling in Eastern US states only, most lanes are north/south along US Eastern coastal states. Separate commonly owned corporation on site services/maintains company equipment - thus use of code 8380. Have third corp onsite which functions as a freight broker. They have been with the same Professional Employer Organization for the last three years, and would like to check the marketplace for better rates. Their health benefits renew on April 1st, but are not handled with the Professional Employer Organization.


160 Employee Hospitality Company in Florida

This company is actually multiple entities made up of a fast food restaurant group with 6 locations in NE, a mall retail property management company with properties and support EEs in IA, IL, OK and NE and the central management office in CO and a 3 EE energy trading group also in Denver. The company has been downsizing and is looking for ways to do away with their internal HR EEs. There is a need to supply healthcare to a handful of full time EEs associated with the restaurants and the management company EE in the Denver office.


227 Employee Hospitality Company in Colorado

Company is opening the first of several health conscience rustic Gastropubs. They want a Professional Employer Organization that has experience in the restaurant industry, and can grow with their future locations.


33 Employee Hospitality Company in Florida

This company is research and development group associated with Rutgers University. They are about to add EEs in their NJ facility and they don't want the hassle of HR related admin. They would be interested in group health care if available, or is open to just obtaining standard market coverage once established. The RFP states that they operate in CA, NJ and NY but the only covered EEs will be in NJ. They do expect to be at 2 full time and 1 part time fairly soon. Here is their description of operations. "We are engaged in the research and development of novel meta-materials. We use metal, plastic and ceramic powders under the same conditions of heat and pressure that you would find in a restaurant kitchen. A small percentage of our experimental work includes higher temperatures that you would find in a conventional pottery operation. There are no hazardous materials in any of our work. All the physical sciences work takes place in an accredited and permitted Rutgers University lab, where our personnel are working as accredited visiting scientists. For the next 1-2 years we do not expect to own or rent any premises. Employees, consultants and contractors will work from their own premises or at Rutgers as described above."


2 Employee Hospitality Company in New Jersey

This company is a pizza restaurant that has used a Professional Employer Organization in the past, and wants to go back to using one. He has been utilizing Wells Fargo payroll services but realizes now he needs the additional services that a Professional Employer Organization brings. A recent payroll register, LRs, and current W/C dec have been requested. He has verbally stated zero W/C claims over the last 6 years. Realize this is a restaurant so make sure you make contact either side of lunch time.


19 Employee Hospitality Company in Florida

Company is a non profit food bank that would like to see how a Professional Employer Organization can help them with administration, workers comp, and benefits.


22 Employee Hospitality Company in West Virginia