A Family Run Company With 20 Years Of Experience Helping Businesses Grow
Our family name, Caputo, carries weight for us – It symbolizes integrity, hard work, trustworthiness, and of course, a sense of humor. We invite you to get to know more about us, and most importantly, to welcome you into the family.
We are local, family-owned offering complete support services
for small to mid-size businesses so they can focus on their craft.
We are local, family-owned offering complete support services for small to mid-size businesses so they can focus on their craft.
We provide HR services, including employee handbooks, and compliance training, safeguarding you from potential lawsuits. We also help you attract, hire and retain quality employees, and handle employee mediation and termination.
Our payroll services allow you to off-load your time and labor management, including pay increases, benefits, cash cards, and general bookkeeping.
You also get compliance services keeping you up-to-date with relevant laws and regulations. This includes payroll audits, workers compensation, unemployment claims, OSHA compliance and policies and procedures.
Over the last 25 years, we’ve saved our clients 100’s of thousands of dollars in potential compliance issues and lawsuits. Because we remove so many business tasks, the majority of our clients have seen their businesses grow by an average of 15%.
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Get to know us
The Caputo Group was founded on a mission of customer satisfaction. Started as a staffing company in the late ‘90s by Paul Caputo, we served companies including FedEX, UPS, Macy’s and Nordstrom with distribution in all 50 states.
Paul later brought on his children, Hunter and Kelsey, to expand the business. As we grew, we kept responding to our client’s needs which meant offering more administrative and HR support.
Until it grew into the full service PEO company we are today. Still with the same mission: always listening and responding to meet and satisfy our partners’ needs.
Nothing brings us more satisfaction than helping our small business partners, like you, succeed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Remove tiresome, repetitive employer responsibilities
- Give your employees higher quality, comprehensive benefits
- Get extensive HR services without hiring staff
- Safeguard your business from compliance issues and potential lawsuits
- Offload payroll, benefits, tax remittance and related government filings
- Get added protection from potential fraud and embezzlement
- Access to professional resources, knowledge, and expertise
- Help you find, attract, and retain qualified, high-performing employees
- Reduce risk and increase legal compliance with better safety, training, and workers’ compensation management
Partnering with a PEO may not be the best option for all small businesses. Here are a few questions to help you determine if a PEO would benefit your business:
- Do you spend more time working in your business than you spend on your business?
- Are you overwhelmed with paperwork and employee-related issues?
- Is managing payroll, paid time off, and sick leave a pain in the neck?
- Do you struggle to attract and retain good employees?
- Have you experienced conflict between employees and not known what to do?
If you have experienced any of these issues at the expense of key revenue-generating opportunities, we may be able to help.
To learn more about how your business might benefit from comprehensive PEO services, request a free personal consultation here.
When choosing the right partner:
- Make sure they have extensive experience and/or specialize in your industry
- To prevent fraud and embezzlement, payroll services should be included
- Compliance services should include keeping you up-to-date with relevant laws and regulations (i.e. payroll audits, workers compensation, unemployment claims, OSHA compliance and policies and procedures).
- HR services should encompass employee handbooks and compliance training, safeguarding you from potential lawsuits.
- The right partner will help you attract, hire and retain quality employees, and handle employee mediation and termination.
- If your business is restricted to cash for payroll and state taxes, the right partner should be able to help you protect and disperse your cash.
- To keep employees accountable, make sure you get 3rd party accounting audits with monthly reporting.
- Ensure you have the appropriate level of insurance coverage and can provide recommendations as needed.
- The right partner will pay your employer taxes through their Tax ID, sharing in the legal responsibility.
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