If you are starting up a staffing agency, there are probably a lot of things on your plate right now. With everything going on, there are a few things you should keep in mind so you get started on the right foot. First, define your market. Second, acquire the basics. Finally, don’t forget the staffing insurance.
Defining the Market
Starting a staffing agency could be overwhelming if you focus on a huge market that includes various industries. You might want to begin by focusing on just one market. If you have experience staffing the healthcare industry, start there. Perhaps you’ve staffed financial firms before and should start there. You know where your niche is and as business progresses, you can branch out to different markets.
Acquiring the Basics All Categories
There are a few basic things you’ll need to do in order to open up shop. For example, you’ll need an office space in which you can interview customers and clients. You’ll also need to decide which states you plan to work with and become incorporated in them.
Securing Staffing Insurance
There are various types of coverage that you might include in your policy. These could include workers’ compensation, general liability, property, business auto and many others. Being properly insured before you open your doors for business is essential because you never know when you’ll need the coverage.
As you can see, there are some things you’ve got to do as you embark on this new journey. Perhaps most importantly is acquiring proper protection through staffing insurance.