Manage variable workloads, busy seasons and large projects with reliable temporary and contract help. You’ll always get qualified, skilled, screened help – even on short notice.
BUILD A BETTER WORKFORCE
LABORMAX PROVIDES THE PEOPLE YOU NEED TO KEEP UP WITH ANY CHALLENGE.
DEMAND CAN'T ALWAYS BE PREDICTED
But the quality of our field team members can. We employ only dependable, well-screened individuals who show up on time and are ready to work. As a nationwide staffing agency, we can quickly deploy the people you need, no matter where you are located, or what your skill requirements.
With LaborMAX, You Can:
- Reduce overtime expenses
- Increase productivity and ROI
- Add flexibility to your workforce
- Alleviate process bottlenecks
Try one of our employees at your location to ensure they have the skills and work ethic you expect and fit seamlessly into your organization before making a job offer.
For direct hire placement positions, we can recruit and attract candidates for you. We handle initial screening and reference checking to further narrow the field. You choose from only the best candidates.
Collect wage and hour information from the employer and use that information to calculate gross wages, subtract all pertinent with holdings and deductions, print checks, make direct deposits and prepare all employment tax filings. The service will also mail out W-2 and 1099 forms and resolve any inquiries from the IRS or other government agency
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