When a client wants to work with a resource but not to hire the person as a regular employee, ProFocus can provide them on a contract basis.
Companies sometimes have a person they would like to work with on a temporary basis and therefore it does not make sense for them to hire the person as a full-time employee.
It can be tempting to work with an individual like this on a 1099 basis, but it is not advised for many legal and HR reasons.
ProFocus provides a solution. ProFocus can hire the individual, usually as a W-2 employee of ProFocus, and provide the person to the company on a temporary contract basis.
ProFocus charges a discounted rate since the client is bringing the technical professional to the arrangement.
Examples of Our Payrolling Service
- A healthcare company wanted to bring on a report developer on a temporary basis and they knew the person they wanted to do the work. ProFocus hired the person and provided him to the client on a temporary contract basis.
- A software company wanted to work with a QA professional on a project on a part-time basis but wanted to avoid 1099 independent contracting. ProFcous hired the person as a W-2 employee and provided her on a contract basis.
- A manufacturing company wanted to continue working with a Data Science Intern, but was not able to provide a full time position because the position was temporary. ProFocus hired the person and provided him on a contract basis.