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Less Risk, More Reward — The Service of Corporate
Your customers won't wait; why should you?
In this world of just-in-time delivery, you don't always have the time to find the workforce you need to meet the deadlines you were given. Corporate Services has over 31 years of experience in meeting your deadlines. You set the time — we'll set our watches.
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Corporate Services painstakingly logs every interaction we have with well over 100,000 applicants across scores of industries. Not only can we find a qualified person for the job, we match the employee's strengths to your needs, providing you with the best worker for your company.
Shielding you from the liabilities of your success.
Finding and hiring a new employee is a risky and expensive proposition in the best of times — Corporate Services makes it safer and easier any time. In addition to navigating the ever-changing landscape of employment law, Corporate Services also helps shield you from the cost and liability of workers' compensation insurance, Social Security contributions, unemployment insurance, and much more. We present all of this to you for one, low rate: 1.495*.
If everything works out and you just can't let go of our employee (it's OK, we're used to it) and you would like to hire him or her, there is no charge** after 240 hours (about six weeks of full-time).
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Let us payroll your employee at a rate of only 1.45 — and we still help with the cost and liability of protecting your company.
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* The rate above may be affected by your workers' compensation code, injury rate and payment history.
** Your company's invoices must be paid within terms to qualify.
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Health Reform Expert: What Human Resources Needs to Know About GOP Repeal Bill Passing the House
Virtually every major news outlet is covering the passage of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) by the U.S. House of Representatives. But amidst all the coverage, it is tough to find an answer to a question that is near and dear to human resources: What does this GOP victory mean for employers?more
House Passes Comp Bill
Hourly workers who have had to juggle shift schedules with picking up their kids from school or daycare or attending college classes while holding down a full-time job may have cause to cheer a bill that was passed earlier this week by the U.S. House of Representatives.more
Facebook Photos Show FMLA Abuse, Does Court Dismiss Case?
If an employee is supposed to be on leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) because a medical condition prevents him for handling the day-to-day tasks of his job, one might think a couple of photos of him frolicking on a Caribbean island during the leave would be enough to prove he was abusing his FMLA leave. And it probably could have been.more
State of Paid Parental Leave: Who Offers It and How Much Time Do They Give?
Much has been written about how generous paid parental leave will soon become a standard benefit at most companies. But how many firms are really offering it and how generous is the perk?more
The Alarming Trend Impacting 85% of Hiring Managers
Planning on adding staff some time in the near future? It appears that there is some new urgency to double- and triple-check those resumes and ask plenty of follow-up questions during the interview process.more
Pitfalls That Can Turn Your FSA Plan into a Compliance Nightmare
What happens when a seemingly harmless change to your company's easy-to-administer flexible spending account (FSA) plan — a plan that had met the "excepted benefits" requirements under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — suddenly winds up becoming subject to a series of onerous regulations?more