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Professional Employer Organization (PEO) in Tampa, Florida

PEO & Human Resources Services For Tampa Businesses

Like many small business owners, when you started your company in Florida, you may not have expected quite the amount of paperwork that comes with your company’s growth.

In particular, you may find yourself spending way too much time trying to manage HR responsibilities, like recruitment, payroll, and benefits, while staying on top of ever-changing regulations.

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 Tampa. By partnering with GMS, our Tampa office will provide you with comprehensive human resources services for your small-to-mid size businesses, including:

5405 Cypress Center Drive

Suite 305

Tampa, FL 33609

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Get in touch with the GMS office in Tampa to learn more about how we can make managing your business simpler, safer, and stronger.

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Testimonials From Florida Business Owners

“GMS has saved our company hundreds in workman's comp alone. They are truly a partner in all HR functions. Although we are a small company, GMS helps us to operate with the professionalism of a large corporation.”

- Janine B. (Construction Co.)

Blog Posts From The Tampa, Florida Office

Florida Residents Could Lose Healthcare In 2023

The House and Senate passed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 in an effort to temporarily expand eligibility to pay for health insurance through 2022. As a result of this act, Production Tax Credits (PTCs) were formed. According to Insurance NewsNet, “For Florida, the number of uninsured residents would grow by 24.8% according to the estimates in the study. It would also mean a five million dollar drop in total spending on health care for non-elderly residents in the Sunshine State.”

Executive Order To Raise Drug Transparency In Florida

Governor Ron DeSantis signed an executive order on Friday, July 8th at Cape Coral High School to increase transparency for prescription drug prices in Florida. The order would help make pharmacy benefit managers and third-party administrators of prescription drug programs, accountable when managing prescription drug benefits for insurance companies.