PEO Qualification Checklist
Any PEO can become accredited if it sets the goal to do so and does what it takes to meet important but reasonable financial, operational and ethical/professional standards. The application process is not complicated and approval is not just a "yes-or-no" proposition.
ESAC staff and advisors keep you informed and will work with you every step of the way, including help with correcting any deficiencies, before your application is submitted for approval by ESAC's accreditation committee.
Your application and all of your information is kept totally confidential, and the fact that you have applied is not disclosed to anyone outside of ESAC and its service providers until the accreditation committee approves your application.
Select "Yes" or "No" for the following 7 questions about your PEO to quickly determine if your PEO currently qualifies for ESAC accreditation.
Remember that your application and all of your information is kept totally confidential and the fact that you have applied is not disclosed to anyone outside of ESAC and its service providers unless you are approved. All financial information is viewed solely by ESAC's financial and legal advisors, ESAC's surety carrier and ESAC staff. No one affiliated with a PEO sees any of your client information. All ESAC directors, staff, and service providers are bound by comprehensive non-disclosure agreements.