Business man with outstretched hand Broker-only PEOs may be a new concept to somebrokers because these PEOs are few in number, but brokerscan benefit in several ways from partnering with them. (Photo: Getty)

Professional employer organizations (PEO) havebeen growing at a rapid pace in recent years as more smallemployers turn to outsourcing solutions to meet their HRneeds.

And while PEOs can be a good thing for small-business owners, they are often seen as anegative by brokers. This is because many brokers lose currentclients to PEOs that offer a full-suite of HR services.

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