Is Co-Employment the Same as Joint Employment?
Co-employment and joint employment are not the same, largely because of workforce management. In a co-employment arrangement, only one party makes labor-related decisions, but in joint employment, both parties have input on wages, hours, new hires, terminations, etc. Here are the definitions of each which should help clarify the distinction between these two similar-sounding conditions.…Read More
Employer of Record (EOR) or Professional Employer Organization (PEO): A Critical distinction
In a previous blog, we explained the difference between a Payroll/Employer of Record solution and a service provided by a Professional Employer Organization (PEO). As the COVID pandemic continues to create extreme economic and social uncertainty, both services can increase an organization’s agility, enabling business leaders to outsource payroll and/or HR functions to a third…Read More