Co-Employment: Working with us to manage your temporary workers.

  Co-employment occurs when a company’s relationship with a temporary worker takes on the characteristics that are typically associated with the traditional employee/employer relationship: salary and benefit review, performance counseling and consequent discipline, and termination. There has been a lot of discussion about the risks and costs of co-employment, but the bottom line is that the risks of employing people directly are much greater than the risks of using temporary workers. Because your staffing agency is sharing most of that potential liability and taking proactive steps to avoid workplace issues, your liability will always be less than it would be in a direct employment relationship. Some DOs and DON’Ts regarding co-employment, according to DO make sure that you train the […]

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