Flexible staffing is an umbrella term used to describe a number of different staffing scenarios. Temporary hires, contact workers, leased employees, and on-call workers all fall under the “flexible staffing” category.
Why would you consider flexible staffing rather than permanent hiring? There are many reasons an employer might want to use a flexible staffing arrangement.
Benefits of a Flexible Staffing Arrangements
There are many benefits to flexible staffing arrangements and employers use flexible staffing for a number of reasons. Flexible staffing:
When you choose Staff Force as your flexible staffing solution, you will spend less time recruiting, advertising open positions, interviewing, reference checking, and hiring. We do all of that for you. All you need to do is let us know what it is that you are looking for.
Staff Force will also maintain your payroll and financial records for all employees hired through our flexible staffing agency. No need to worry about withholding social security or income taxes; Staff Force certifies the payment of all state and federal required payroll taxes. We also bear the responsibility of any potential workers’ compensation insurance and unemployment claims.
Staff Force carries the cost of all benefits for our clients including paid vacations, sick pay, medical insurance, and other fringe benefits that could cost you more than 30 percent of what your payroll costs.
Finally, when you use Staff Force to fulfill your flexible staffing needs, you don’t have to worry about losing money on employees’ unproductive time. You only pay for our employees when you need them.
Since the Affordable Care Act (ACA), was passed and implemented, employers are facing new and unique challenges. When you choose to work with Staff Force, we will help you address and comply with the demands of the law. Staff Force is committed to compliance of the law and commits to the American Staffing Association ACA Statement of Principles.