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Professional Employer Organization (PEO) in Detroit, Michigan

PEO & Human Resources Services For Michigan Businesses

As a small business owner, you’re always looking for ways to cut costs, save time, and reduce stress. But when it comes to managing day-to-day HR and business functions like health insurance, retirement plans, payroll taxes, and workers’ compensation, you often find yourself overwhelmed and spending too much time away from the core of your business. 

Outsourcing your HR functions to a professional employer organization (PEO) like GMS can help take on the administrative burden of running a successful business in Michigan. By partnering with GMS, we can help Michigan business owners reduce HR costs, manage compliance issues, and offer cost-effective employee benefits. 

GMS' Detroit, Michigan, office provides comprehensive human resources services for small businesses, including:

38705 Seven Mile Road

Suite 475

Livonia, MI 48152

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Blog Posts From The Detroit, Michigan Office

Michigan Legalizes Recreational Marijuana: What it Means for Small Business Owners

Is your business ready for legalized marijuana? Michigan became the 10th state to legalize recreational marijuana this past midterm election, ushering in the creation of the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act (MRTMA). It’s time to consider how legal marijuana affects your business and what you can do to protect yourself.

Michigan Governor Issues Order Protecting LGBTQ State Employees: What it Means for Small Business Owners

Michigan’s new governor signed an executive order to combat anti-LGBTQ discrimination. Find out how these protections impact your business’ hiring practices.

How Michigan’s Paid Sick Leave Law Affects Business Owners (and What They Should Do About It)

Michigan’s new paid sick goes into effect March 2019. Learn what it means for business owners and what they can do to protect their business.

Changes Delayed For Michigan Minimum Wage And Paid Sick Leave

The Michigan Court of Claims ruled earlier this year that the legislature violated the Michigan Constitution in 2018 by enacting, and within the same session amending, two ballot initiatives: