PEO & Human Resources Services For Atlanta Businesses
Known for its southern charm, diversity, and culture, Atlanta is a hotspot for starting a business. For most small business owners, though, managing day-to-day HR and business functions like health insurance, retirement plans, long-term disability, payroll taxes, and workers' compensation can be a huge burden and take away from the core of the business.
As your company grows, outsourcing your HR functions to a professional employer organization (PEO) like GMS can help. When you partner with us, we’ll take on the administrative tasks of running a successful business, helping Georgia business owners reduce HR costs, manage compliance issues, and offer attractive employee benefits.
Our Atlanta PEO office provides comprehensive human resources services for small businesses including:
- Payroll and tax
- Human resources
- Employee benefits
- Risk management
- Benefits administration (for insurance brokers)
5500 Interstate N Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30328
Blog Posts From The Atlanta, Georgia Office
What Small Businesses Inside And Out Of Georgia Can Do To Defend Against Cybersecurity Threats
Cybersecurity threats are real for businesses across the country, but Georgia made an effort to make its citizens more knowledgeable about these dangers. While the state's 24-page guide was aimed at businesses in Georgia, its message is relevant to businesses all across the country.
What Georgia Business Owners Need To Know About Employee Leave
As a small business owner, a day off from work can be hard to come by. Nevertheless, come election day, flu season, or travel season, your employees will need a resource to turn to in order to know whether or not they have to show up for work. Find out why you need an employee leave policy in your employee handbook.
Health Insurance Court Case Goes To Georgia Supreme Court
Anthem, a large health insurance company, and Northside, an Atlanta hospital system, go head-to-head in a legal controversy in Georgia’s Supreme Court that could impact the state residents’ healthcare.
2022 Update: Georgia Employer Tax Credits Compliance
Any employer who conducts business in Georgia has new compliance-related requirements to be considered in 2022. In order to determine the amount and type of tax credits that are available to employers, Georgia ranks all counties, census tracts, and special zones.
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