Professional Employers Organizers FAQ’s
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The contract with a PEO must be a written contract signed by both parties. There should be language in the contract that details the procedure and amount of time required to terminate the contract, by either party.
If the practice is incorporated as a "C" or "Subchapter-S" then yes, the doctor (shareholder), as an employee of the corporation, would also be paid through the PEO. If the practice is not incorporated but functions as a limited liability company, partnership, or sole-proprietorship, then the owner of the practice would not be paid through the PEO.
The practice retains the right to hire and fire, but may require a formal process as agreed upon in the written contract between the parties.