PEO & Human Resources Services For Chicago Businesses
For most small business owners, 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.
GMS can help Chicago business owners reduce HR costs, manage compliance issues, and offer cost-effective employee benefits through HR outsourcing services.
GMS' Chicago, Illinois, office provides comprehensive human resources services for small businesses in Chicago, including:
- Payroll and tax
- Human resources
- Employee benefits
- Risk management
- Benefits administration (for insurance brokers)
Want to learn more about PEOs? Check out our guide on What Is a PEO?
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Testimonials from Chicago Business Owners
"What GMS provides Rezod has become a vital resource. GMS has managed to put together a partnership that has strengthened and assisted us in our company growth and goals while minimizing the cost and optimizing the value."
- Richard M. (Painting Company)
"The value provided with HR and payroll services has been immeasurable. I highly recommend GMS to any company considering outsourcing these functions."
- Bryan D. (Restoration Specialists)
"Our experience with GMS has been great. They have already helped us through a difficult HR situation in the first months. On-boarding was very smooth and they continually work to audit, guide, and support us to become fully compliant in many back office areas. We are grateful to have them on our team!"
- Paul H.
"Extremely helpful and very professional staff. We highly recommend GMS. They take great care of their customers even if you're a small business like ours, and they treat us like we're just as important to them as a large company!"
- Paula S.
Blog Posts from the Chicago, Illinois Office
Illinois Governor JB Pritzker signed the Family Bereavement Leave Act (FBLA) into law, amending the Illinois Child Bereavement Leave Act of 2016 (CBLA). Established in 2016, the Child Bereavement Leave Act was adopted giving employees 10 workdays of unpaid leave to grieve the loss of a child.
Chicago, Illinois is now requiring employers to update their employee harassment policies and training. These policies must be implemented by July 1st, 2022. All companies with at least one employee will be required to comply with the new amendments put in place by the Municipal Code and Human Rights Ordinance.
The NorthShore University HealthSystem agreed to pay more than $10.3 million to resolve allegations over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Liberty Counsel, a Christian organization, filed a lawsuit on behalf of employees who were denied a religious exemption from the health system’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.