Frequently asked questions

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  • How do you screen your workers?

    We have a rigorous screening process. We start fairly general, with a phone call, and move from there into a face to face interview with each and every applicant. If all appears in order, we progress through all the necessary background checks and references. This thorough process ensures you are left with an employee you can count on.

  • How are your workers paid?

    Temporary workers (both the short and long term variety) are paid by us, as employees of our company. If they are a direct placement, however, they become a part of your payroll, and are paid as regular employees of your business.

  • Are the workers I hire considered employees or contractors?

    Workers hired by us are employees and not contractors.

  • How short are your “short term” workers?

    Our short term workers can accommodate anywhere from a few days, up to a few months.

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Frequently asked questions

If you have other questions or issues, please contact us.

  • How does the insurance work?

    Any employee of ours, working on site at your location, is covered by our general liability and workman’s compensation policies, copies of which are available on request.

  • How do the taxes work?

    Just like with payroll, we take care of everything concerning the temporary worker’s taxes. Direct placement employees hired through us will operate just like any other employee.

  • For direct placement staff, is there any type guarantee of the placement if it doesn’t work out with that person?

    We offer a guarantee on all of our direct placements for up to 30 days; If, for any reason, you are less than satisfied, we will find a more suitable individual to fill that position.

  • If we need someone to fill in right away due to a vacancy, can you assist?

    In order to help with those last-minute needs that inevitably occur in any business, we offer an express service. For a fee, we are able to accommodate in most emergency situations with a short term worker–so long as we are given notice, at the latest, one day before such a replacement is required.

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