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You work hard for the fees you collect from your clients, so why would you want to give a portion of them away to hire a back-office to handle your contract placements? Well, consider all of the tasks and issues you will have to deal with if you DON’T use a back-office:

 

 

 

  • Company contract negotiations and generation
  • Compiling and managing employee paperwork and information
  • Immigration compliance (I-9 and E-Verify)
  • IRS compliance (1099 vs W-2)
  • EEO compliance
  • Payroll – including calculating and withholding taxes, processing court orders, setting up direct deposit, etc.
  • Background checks
  • Unemployment Claims
  • Workers’ Compensation Claims
  • Invoicing and collecting fees from clients
  • Tax deposits and filings
  • Providing and managing benefits – including COBRA, enrollments, bill reconciliation, etc.
  • Employee issues
  • Employment Verifications
  • Employee terminations
  • Certificate of Insurance coverage

A good back-office will handle all of these issues and more, making a contract placement virtually hands-off for you once the contractor is hired.

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