Staffing Services FAQs

These are some frequently asked questions about Harris-McBurney’s Staffing Services.

Please contact us at 1-800-282-5611 if you need any additional information or would like to schedule a consultation.

-Why should my company use Harris-McBurney Staffing?

Using Harris-McBurney Staffing eliminates the burden of finding and interviewing candidates for your company, allowing you to focus on your growing business. Simply let us know what you need in an employee and we will send you a selection of prescreened, qualified candidates for you to choose from. If your company chooses our temporary or temporary to permanent hiring options, your new hire will stay on our payroll allowing you to avoid adding temporary employees to your payroll and be sure that all employees are a good fit before becoming permanent.

-What are Harris-McBurney Staffing’s hiring options?

We offer several hiring options including temporary, temporary to permanent and direct hire employees. We can also serve as a payroll provider for your existing employees allowing you to focus on your company while we take on the administrative work for you.

Do you provide benefits for staffing employees?

We provide benefits for all employees on our payroll, including insurance, holidays, and 401(k) plans.

-When Harris-McBurney Staffing provides a temporary or temporary to permanent employee, who is the employer of record?

Harris-McBurney Staffing is the employer of record for all temporary and temporary to permanent employees and is responsible for all employer costs such as taxes, social security, worker’s compensation, and unemployment insurance. By using our services, your company can avoid having temporary employees placed on your payroll, eliminating unemployment claims.

How does invoicing work?

Your company pays a predetermined rate for each hour that the employee works for temporary employees or a one-time finder’s fee for direct hires. You only pay for the hours the employee works each week. There is no cost to our candidates.

-How long can a company use a temporary employee?

A temporary employee is able to stay on our payroll as long as you like. After the first 520 invoice hours, we reduce our rate.