For mining 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, mining 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 mining companies bottom line.
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Company is four separate entities that do mining operations in six states. They are primarily looking at saving premium on the workers comp, but are also curious about additional employee administration, and benefits. I have a complete submission, including loss runs, headcounts and wages by state, and an Acord app. The company shopped the Professional Employer Organization market a little over a year ago, but was unable to find a Professional Employer Organization that would take the risk. Introductions to the client will be based on whether or not you can confidently provide a quote. Please do not contact the client until asked. for understanding.
This new company is doing surface mining of precious metals in AZ. This operation involves collecting materials with excavating equipment and feeding it into crushing and extraction equipment. They are currently utilizing 1099s but needs to move to w2s. The 15 EEs listed on this RFP represents full capacity operations but right now only have 3 managers and 5 mining employees. They then intend to open a second operation which will scale the same as this original operation. You are receiving notification of this new RFP due to the fact your StaffMarket indicates your Professional Employer Organization covers AZ and you don't list mining operations as an excluded business type. If your Professional Employer Organization can not cover this type of surface mining operation, please decline due to Excluded Business Type. Please confirm your ability to cover this company as a Professional Employer Organization client to me prior to reaching out to this contact.
This new company is a start up mining company. Their first mine will be a surface/high wall mining comp,ex with a cleaning preparation plant and train load out. They are looking to expand to other mines within 12 months from this date. They have already received a quote from one local Professional Employer Organization and would like to review several options. They are also looking for the Professional Employer Organization to furnish them with group medical coverage and expect to start operations in a month or two.
This company is a start up surface coal mining operation. The mine in located in KY. They are just about to sign a contract and would like to start opps in a couple weeks. They expect monthly payroll to initially run around $10,000/month but expect it to grow to $15,000 soon. All EEs will be operating surface equipment collecting the coal.
This is a start up gravel and aggregate mining operation located in ND, not in IL. The parent company and contact are located in IL. They are familiar with the Professional Employer Organization concept and are only looking for the basic Professional Employer Organization features. The employees will be making about $24/hr and working 12 hour days, but for only 26 weeks as this is a seasonal operation. So the annualized payroll shown on this RFP is overstated. A zero W/C claims statement is being signed.
Company is a new Australian company that provides gas chromatograph services, measurement of mine gases, to the underground mining industry. They would like to be up and running by September 1st.
The company is the owner of a uranium mine that is about to go public. At this point, all of the employees are 1099 and need to convert to W2s. Their motivation for looking at Professional Employer Organization is the outsourcing of HR/payroll admin and putting together a competitive benefits compensation package to attract the additional EEs that will be needed after the offering. They expect to hire an additional 8 to 15 EEs after the offering. Right now, they have 4 8810 EEs in their corp office and 4 8607 EEs in their field office. All core drilling is done by contractors and when mining operations begin, all work will be done by contractors. The 8607 EEs are involved with oversight and sample analysis. A census and W/C claims statement are attached.
Company manufactures parts for petroleum and coal mining processing equipment. They have used Administaff in the past, but left because they felt Administaff was padding their benefit premiums. They have been with ADP/TotalSource for the last few years, but are now having issues with the medical plans being offered. The way I understand it, is that the company offered a PPO to management and a HMO to staff. They said that because of changes in TX law, ADP will only offer them one plan now. And the Aetna HMO is refusing to pay for certain medications now. They are now ready to leave ADP over this issue.
Company is a startup mining exploration company. The company is currently made up of the 3 executives, one in CO, 1 in NV and 1 in MO. All mine work is sub-contracted out. Their primary motivation is having a quality benefits package provided for them. They want to be ready to go by the end of June. A benefits census has been requested.
Company is a supplier of crushing and screening equipment, systems and associated products for the aggregate, mining and industrial markets. Been in business for quite some time, looking at streamlining their business with a Professional Employer Organization, focus on their core business. They have operations in AZ, ID and NV. A breakdown of payroll and employees by state requested, as well as census and loss runs. Wanted to get this out before the holiday. for participating.
Company is actually multiple investment companies running under the same RFP. They have an investment company in NY with 3 employees, a gold mining company in MT with 5 employees, a charter airline in VA with 4 employees (no pilots at this time, just the mechanics and clerical), a cafe in NM with 9 employees, a cafe in CO with 20 employees and the mother company in CO with 7 employees. Breakdown provided in additional info. Note that they are open to having their own work comp policy and having you administer it. Also interested in web based capability, given the multiple states they are in. for participating.
Company does limerock mining, no explosives or drilling, this is handled by other contractors. Began mining in 1999. All employees operating equipment, running drag lines, back hos. Currently with TLC and having an issue with health in Hernando county - apparently Aetna has pulled out of HC. New health plan at 210 employee only, with 1000 deductible. We have census and letter from current Professional Employer Organization indicating no losses since 5/2000. Client can get more verification as need be.