People get into business for themselves because they have a big idea or perhaps they want to strike out on their own. Few people start a business because they are eager to deal with payroll & payroll tax administration, employee benefits such as healthcare and other types of insurance, or retirement plans such as a 401(k). While they may be secondary considerations, these are often the things that will take up most of a budding CEOs time.
“HR is not something to be considered after a small business begins to grow,” Bill Lyons explains. “It is a critical step that demands full attention, just like accounting or legal services.”
Bill is speaking to audiences across the country about what matters most in HR today and how to make the best use of a PEO in your business.
His speaking topics include:
– The Story of the PEO Business
– Conquering Workforce Management Challenges
– Corporate Culture and Its Impact on Profitability
– How to Build Strong Teams
– Calming the Generational Clash of the Modern Workforce
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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.Take the Official Lyons HR Assessment