In 2006, our client won a contract with the Kennedy Space Center to clean kitchen exhaust vents. As part of the contract, the Center required a review of our client’s safety program. However, after examining the program, it was determined that it didn’t meet the Center’s federal safety guidelines, jeopardizing the newly-won contract.
In late 2008, an individual filed a charge of employment discrimination against our client. After being contacted by a mediator on behalf of the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the company president was anxious and worried about the charges and what a legal dispute would mean for his small business.
Our client had worked with PEO’s for more than 20 years, but had never found a good solution to “minimizing” the risks associated with Workers’ Compensation insurance and claims. “We’re very conscientious about the safety of our employees,” stated Barbie, and always promote a safe work environment. “However, in our line of work the occasional accident does happen.” Unfortunately, she said, “they’re normally followed by significant rate increase…”
This individual works for an international client that manufactures amplifiers, sub-woofers, speakers, automotive audio visual systems, security systems, head units and processors.
In 2009, the co-employee was traveling when he was involved in a head-on auto accident. His hand was injured in the accident, and he required the services of a hand specialist, orthopedic physician when he returned home.
In 2008, Susan’s company was going through a downsizing effort, and she unexpectedly received a layoff notice. “When I got laid off, I was really stressed out about losing my 401(k) too. I figured I’d have to find someone fast to help me reinvest the money I’d put away over the years, or lose it. Not knowing what to do, I called Employers Resource.”
Prior to signing on with Employers Resource in early 2011, our client worked with one of the nation’s mammoth PEO’s, where simple service often took multiple phone calls to different people, located in various call centers. “The people we talked to either didn’t know, or weren’t really interested in listening to us,” Philip recalls. Unfortunately, they were never completely sure that payroll issues were going to be fixed on time – or at all…
In 2002, our client signed himself up as a member of the Employers Resource Savings Club. His goal was to save enough money to take his wife on a once in a lifetime trip to Europe, in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary.
Employers Resource worked with the client, making sure that his investment was safe, and that it rolled over as planned. As a result, he was able to save more than he needed for this very special anniversary trip.
In 2009, our client stressed how much time and energy it takes him to process payroll for his business every two weeks. “The processing and review gave me a headache and was starting to take too much time away from my work, which is preparing prescriptions for my customers.”