Pitfalls of Employer-Issued Equipment and Employee Per Diem/NAPEO Legal Insights

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A professional employer organization (PEO) is a single source provider of integrated services which enable business owners to cost-effectively outsource. Employee per diem issues pose special challenges for PEOs because of the "co-employer" situation. Additionally, many employers deduct the cost of damaged or lost equipment, such as cellphones, laptops, and equipment, from the wages of employees. This article addresses the potential pitfalls.

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