Working with A Staffing Company? – Here’s Why You Probably Shouldn’t Choose the Lowest Markup

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In the staffing world, ‘markup’ refers to the percentage added to a candidate’s pay rate that the company charges its client. As an example, if a temporary employee/associate is paid $10 per hour and the markup is 50 percent, then the client is charged $15 per hour. Profit always carries a weight, but with each… Read more »

Why Are You Still Managing Your Payroll?

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For many companies, particularly small businesses, payroll can be a complex and time-intensive task, as payroll processes might include anything from figuring out wages and tax withholdings to updating vacation and deducting employee-contributed benefit payments. Due to the fact that payroll can be so complex, many companies use a third-party service provider. In most cases,… Read more »