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Workers’ Comp Solutions

Workers’ compensation is a critical cost component of any staffing company. Often, it means the difference between generating a profit or a loss with your light and heavy and skilled industrial employees. Even if you staff the medical and hospitality niches where workers compensation rates can be less that general labor.

Every staffing company should review their work comp rates and programs at least once a year.– usually more. From low cost white collar 8810 codes to higher, cost heavy industrial codes, Leaststaff can help you review your current program and provide quotes for newer programs. Our clients enjoy specialized workers compensation/ human resource programs that enable them to avoid the hassles of dealing with a traditional insurance carrier’s bureaucracy or large general insurance agencies that do not specialize in the staffing industry.

FREE Workers Comp Quote

Let us give you a FREE Comp Quote. We love to beat the State Funds Comp Rates and to save you money.

Staffing Firms Represented

Years Serving the Staffing Industry

Sample of Industries and Niches We Cover

Workers’ Compensation - Hospitality Industry
Workers’ Compensation - Healthcare Industry
Workers’ Compensation - Hospitality Industry
Workers’ Compensation - Construction Industry
Workers’ Compensation - Construction Industry
Workers’ Compensation - IT Industry
Workers’ Compensation - Healthcare Industry
Workers’ Compensation - Healthcare Industry

Leaststaff Memberships

American Staffing Association
United States Staffing Association
California Staffing Professionals
American Staffing Association
United States Staffing Association
California Staffing Professionals

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