Get back to the work you’re passionate about

If you’re a business owner, you know how overwhelming it can be making sure your people are taken care of. You’re likely not an HR professional but managing things like payroll and payroll tax administration, employee benefits like healthcare, retirement plans, safety consultation and access to workers’ compensation insurance, HR-policy development, and federal and state regulatory compliance are your responsibility. But, they don’t have to be.

With the help of a Professional Employer Organization, you can get back to doing the work you’re passionate about.



Bill J. Lyons is the Founder and Executive Chairman for Lyons HR, one of the largest privately-held PEOs in the country. With over three decades of experience, he has helped hundreds of businesses drive performance, control HR and labor costs, increase profitability, and mitigate employment liabilities through a more disciplined and strategic approach to workforce management.

Bill is creating value for hundreds of small to medium-sized businesses across the country. As a speaker and author, he is bringing these lessons to the masses.

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The Business Owners Definitive Guide to Professional Employer Organizations

With We Are HR, Lyons HR founder and Executive Chairman Bill Lyons asks small business owners to imagine a world in which they are able to offload the immense administrative burdens of HR management to a group of dedicated experts committed to helping you navigate the dizzying tangle of employment-related laws and regulations. Enter Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs). As the new HR handbook, We Are HR positions PEOs as the future of HR, and an essential service for small and medium-sized business owners.

Stop letting administrative burdens keep you from doing what you love.

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Bill Lyons is on the vanguard of the PEO wave that is changing the way businesses operate forever. It is proven that businesses utilizing a PEO grow faster, have lower employee turnover, and make them 50 percent less likely to go out of business. But how do you take advantage of a PEO? When is the right time and how can you do the most for your people today? Bill is here to help.

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Despite deep benefits, only 15% of small business owners use a PEO. Overburdened by the administrative duties of leadership, too many owners are unhappy with the day-to-day realities of running their own business, becoming increasingly distant from the work they love to do. A Professional Employer Organization has the power to change that by handing off critical HR management responsibilities to dedicated experts. If you can relate to the struggles of the modern small business owner, find out if a PEO could make a difference for you and your business.

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