One answer might be to go with a temp service. They can provide permanent part-time employees in specific fields. The temp service also takes care of the payroll, government taxes, workman’s comp insurance (can be as much as $1,500 per month per person), hiring and screening of candidates for your positions. This can be a much cheaper alternative to hiring the part-time employees out right.
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I'm preparing to hire part time employees.
Lay it on me - what is everything I need to know?
Also be interested in a service that takes care of all everything involved in hiring when you find someone you want to hire.
FYI - I am based in NJ - LLC
Robert M. Cavezza
If you do hire part-time employees, some companies recommends that you use a payroll service.Not only does it keep you out of trouble, it shows part-time employees that they are truly part of the organization. Then only you would come to a conclusion that employees who see how they fit into your company are more likely to become engaged in making your business successful.
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