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Professional Employer Organization (PEO) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

PEO & Human Resources Services For Pittsburgh Businesses

Small businesses, ranging from hospitality and food services to technology, automotive, and healthcare, have great potential for success in Pittsburgh.

As your company grows, so does the amount of paperwork and HR responsibilities that you need to manage. Handling these HR responsibilities, however, can make it difficult to focus on the core of your business, which is why many small businesses in Pittsburgh are outsourcing their HR functions to a professional employer organization (PEO)

Serving as one of only 37 certified PEOs in the country, GMS’ Pittsburgh PEO office can help take on the administrative burden of running a successful business in Pennsylvania. By partnering with us, we can provide comprehensive human resources services for your growing businesses, including:

2009 Mackenzie Way
Suite 260
Cranberry Township, PA 16066

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Blog Posts From The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Office

Philadelphia Drops Mask Requirements... Again

On April 21st, 2022, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania dropped its reinstated mask requirement for businesses located within the city. Philadelphia originally reinstated a mask requirement for businesses on April 18th which only lasted three days. A handful of reasons led to the requirement being dropped so quickly.

Updated Overtime Regulations For Salaried, Nonexempt Employees In Pennsylvania

Under the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act (PMWA), the new state wage-and-hour regulations will take effect on August 5th for tipped and salaried nonexempt workers. The PNWA establishes a fixed minimum wage and overtime rate for employees in Pennsylvania.

Spike In Pennsylvania Health Premiums

In Pennsylvania, health insurers are proposing an average of 7.1% increase in monthly health premiums beginning January 2023. The state Insurance Department announced that 375,000 individuals who are covered through the online state marketplace could be affected by this increase.