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 Columbus business owners reduce HR costs, manage compliance issues, and offer cost-effective employee benefits through HR outsourcing services.
GMS' Columbus, Ohio, office provides comprehensive human resources services for small businesses in Central Ohio, including:
- Payroll and Tax
- Human Resources
- Employee Benefits
- Risk Management
- Benefits Administration (for insurance brokers)
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3650 Olentangy River Rd, Suite 450
Columbus, OH 43214
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.
Blog Posts from the Columbus, Ohio PEO Office
Every few years, Ohio business owners may notice unexpected increases in their unemployment insurance rates. At first, they may think that this is an error, but it’s actually part of regularly-scheduled increases called mutualized rates that apply to businesses across the state. Here’s how extra mutualized rate will affect Ohio unemployment taxes for employers.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA or "Obamacare," as it’s commonly known) means big changes for small businesses. Recently, Governor Kasich decided that he is going to accept the expansion of Medicaid allowed under that law. He reasons that this will extend insurance to 366,000 uninsured Ohioans while forcing the federal government to pick up the cost— rather than small businesses in Ohio picking up the tab. Here's how it will impact residents and businesses in Ohio.