PEO & Human Resources Services For Cincinnati Businesses
As a small business owner, it can be a huge undertaking managing the day-to-day HR and business functions like health insurance, retirement plans, long-term disability, payroll taxes, and workers' compensation.
Outsourcing your benefits and HR responsibilities to a professional employer organization (PEO) like GMS can help. We’ll take on the administrative burdens of managing HR, so Cincinnati business owners can reduce HR costs, maintain compliance, offer cost-effective employee benefits, and most importantly, put the focus back on growing your business.
GMS’ Cincinnati, Ohio, office provides comprehensive HR services for small businesses, including:
- Payroll and tax
- Human resources
- Employee benefits
- Risk management
- Benefits administration (for insurance brokers)
4100 Executive Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45241
Testimonials from Ohio 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.
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