You may place workers with clients for days, weeks or months, but focusing on temporary staffing means a quick turnover and the likelihood that you will be dealing with a large number of people. There may be many people coming through your doors intending to work for clients, and this entails significant responsibility on the part of your company. Make sure your agency is insured against damage or injury caused by workers placed with clients with temporary staffing insurance.
The risks involved with temporary staffing can be greater than with permanent staff because of the number of people you are likely to be working with. Thorough screening is required, but it may be hard to catch every sign of potential problems. In addition, unexpected mistakes and mishaps can occur. Look for temporary staffing insurance that covers liability for bodily harm, property damage and monetary loss. You may also want coverage against cyber-crime and other kinds of misdeeds.
Be sure to screen potential workers thoroughly before placing them with clients. Do complete background checks and call prior employers for references. After doing this research, there is always a chance, of course, that problems may arise as the result of mistakes in the workplace. Make sure you are covered with temporary staffing insurance.