Jacksonville, IL (PRWEB) February 05, 2014
Top risk managers, key insurance executives, regulatory experts, and policy makers in the Professional Employer Organizations (PEO) industry will attend the upcoming Risk Management Workshop in Tampa—and among the notable participants will be Michael Ortoll, founder and CEO of iPEO Solutions (http://iPEOsolutions.com).
Ortoll is a seasoned insurance professional with 25-plus years as an industry executive. He began his insurance career with Liberty Mutual as a claims adjuster and later became one of their top producers in both the middle-market and national account areas.
The "Best Practices in PEO Risk Management” workshop takes place Feb. 25-26 at the Tampa Airport Marriott. It represents one of the largest gatherings of PEO risk management professionals, carriers, brokers, and agents.
"iPEO Solutions works with the industry’s best PEOs,” the veteran executive said, adding that iPEO helps companies select the right PEO through a proven step-by-step process:
“We meet with decision-makers to determine business needs in order to identify areas for potential savings and improvements.”
“We submit a proposal based on a company’s specific needs to qualified PEO vendors.”
“We evaluate the options and recommend the best PEO for a business . . .”
“Finally, we monitor the deliverables, ensuring clients receive the expected service.”
“This is what we do and why they hire us,” he explained.
The upcoming workshop that Ortoll will attend is being presented by the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO), the largest trade association for PEOs nationally.
According to NAPEO, “Since 2010, employment growth among PEO clients has been 9 percent higher than other small businesses (based on the Intuit Small Business Employment Index), and 4 percent higher than employment growth in the U.S. economy overall.”
Why are Professional Employer Organizations successful in such tough and economically challenging times?
Ortoll put it this way: “Most people invest in the services of a PEO to thwart some level of pain.” That pain results from a variety of reasons, including issues like Workers Comp/Risk Management, Employee Benefits, HR and Payroll. iPEO helps clients shift from time-consuming administrative tasks to revenue-producing activities—thus lowering the level of pain endured to reach success.
“We can deliver lower Workers Comp costs, including better service aimed at keeping costs lower, as well as provide improved HR compliance and Payroll Administration via higher-end technology and resources.”
That means iPEO can help deliver Fortune 500 type employee benefits at affordable prices and advise on all viable coverage options, Ortoll said.
In addition, iPEO can help manage implementation of the Affordable Health Care Act and improve cash flow through “pay-as-you-go insurance and taxes,” thus spreading out a company’s cash a bit.
“Outsourcing to a Professional Employer Organization allows companies to leverage a PEO’s world-class technology and personnel,” Ortoll concluded. “We evaluate the options and recommend the best PEO for a business. In addition, we oversee the customized onboarding and enrollment services to make the transition to a PEO a success.”
For more information about syncing up with a compatible Professional Employer Organization, call 1 (813) 220-3132 or visit the iPEO Solutions website at http://iPEOsolutions.com — also on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/iPEOsolutions.
ABOUT: iPEO Solutions is an independent broker and single-source co-employment solution that works with the industry’s best Professional Employer Organizations, ensuring that each meets the following requirements: A-rated insurance carriers, leading technology, experienced and stable management teams, strong financials, a history of success and qualified internal personnel in all service areas.