The Hard Truths of the Staffing Business:
The administrative tasks required to run your operation consume resources without generating profit. Managing back office employees takes time away from making new contacts and developing relationships. Mistakes in time collection, client invoicing, and tax & insurance filings can devastate your profitability.
Don’t let these tasks stand in the way of achieving your potential — in both growth & profitability.
- Maintaining updated and accurate employee records
- Investigating and processing claims for Unemployment and Worker’s Compensation
- Ensuring I-9 and W-4 withholding compliance
- Collecting, Authenticating, and Reviewing Time Sheet Processes (collection, approvals, etc.)
- Client Company Invoicing & Collection of Receivables
- Following applicable federal and state regulations regarding payroll and invoices, worker’s compensation, unemployment and disability, as well as sales tax, in municipalities where applicable
- Handling all garnishments and child support issues should they arise
- Providing employment and wage verification as requested
- Managing time and attendance as it relates to paid time off accrual
- Creating the necessary weekly, quarterly, & annual reports
- Background checks and drug screens