For structural steel 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, structural steel 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 structural steel companies bottom line.
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This is a steel erection and building subcontractor that has done a lot of retail work but is now moving into more institutional work. 80% of their work is done in MS and about 20% in LA but it is growing there. They are licensed in AL but they don't do much there. The 8 EEs listed on the RFP is what he calls his core group. As he definitely sees business growing, he anticipates that number going to around 20. They were at one time up to 70, but he found the aggravation to not be anymore profitable and reigned back in. The owner seems to be a very consciences man that takes business and safety seriously. His primary reason for looking into Professional Employer Organization is offsetting the admin overhead. He doesn't like it, and it's slowing him down. And he see the regulatory environment worsening over the next couple of years. He is also interested in the potential for any hard cost savings in W/C and SUTA. He is not very familiar with the Professional Employer Organization concept so try to take some time to explain the value. Loss runs are on their way.
Company does steel building erection in the following states TN, GA, FL, AL, KY, SC. The current Professional Employer Organization is having problems covering them in multiple states. To work in FL, Clients Professional Employer Organization is placing them in FWCJUA. Loss runs are attached, with additional information has been requested. .
Company is a start up steel erection company that is primarily looking for W/C. Currently, the husband does sales, the wife clerical and one other EE performing erection work. All other labor used is 1099 until the grow enough to bring in all as W2s.
Company is a steel erection company that is currently engaged with a Professional Employer Organization, but is being dropped due to two fatalities in the last year. The company is now desperately seeking a new W/C solution. W/C loss runs are attached.
Company brought by independent rep. Steel building erection, new business though owner has 40+ years experience in industry. Additional info contains some risk info, full description of operations and a resume for owner. for participating.
Company does steel building erection in Texas only. Most work is building schools. Was with AMS prior to their implosion. Loss runs and some additional info attached, very blurry after three attempts by the client to send them, so you might need to get them directly. It looks like 0 claims from 1999 through 6/2002. If you don't take this clase of business, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. for participating.
Company is a contruction labor contract firm brought by an independent rep. Company has been involved in bridge building in Ft. Lauderdale but according to owner is no longer working any bridge work, steel erection and USL&H type work. Owner has been in business 16 years. Has been with Miralink and AMS. Having trouble getting quoted. Loss Runs attached.
Company does steel building fabrication and has been in business for 44 years. Primary concern is the rising costs of work comp. He has a 1.40 mod, but the last 3 years look good, so it was something from before that that caused the increase in mod. Client can't undertand why the rate has not been adjusted. We have 3 years loss runs and work comp application. This deal is being brought by client's consultant, who will act as the contact on the deal.