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Who We Are and What We Do!

No business can run without employees. Often businesses hire a full-time staff that they keep on year-round. This is not always the case, however. Seasonal fluctuations, projects that need labor for a limited amount of time, or even covering for staff that are on leave can sometimes leave managers wondering how to bridge the gap. That is where we come in. We are Labor Systems Job Center. We make it our business to help your business.

We know that sometimes you need staff in a pinch. We also know that you might be busy running your business and do not have time for the hiring process. We are the answer to both challenges. With over 25 locations in Arizona, we can make sure that you have reliable workers ready to show up and help you get the job done. From one worker to 300 workers, no job is too big or too small! Whether you need labor for a construction project in Phoenix, warehouse help in Kingman or you need to staff multiple catered events in Tucson, we can help.

What We Do

A privately-held business, Labor Systems Job Center has been providing staffing and labor solutions in Arizona since 1985. Over the past 25 years we have learned what it takes to find the right people for the job. We provide temporary labor to companies of all sizes spanning all industries. Our staffing specialties comprise of administrative, hospitality, light industrial and construction workers. We also act as a placement service or temp-to-hire agency, saving you the time and costs associated with the lengthy hiring process.

We interview and screen candidates based on skills to make sure that they will be a good fit for particular types of jobs. Safety is a top priority and all temporary employees receive general safety training on a regular basis. For our temporary employees working on construction sites, we provide basic safety equipment such as hard hats and ear plugs, as well as equipment such as rakes, shovel and brooms at no charge so that our workers are prepared when they get to the job site. We do what it takes to ensure that our customers get high-quality labor without having to do more than make one simple phone call. We even offer an unconditional guarantee to make sure that you are happy with our services.

Full-Service Staffing Solutions

We mentioned the lengthy hiring process before. That’s what we save you. We recruit, screen applicants, hire and E-Verify employees to meet your needs. Of course we have to bill you, but instead of your payroll department cutting multiple checks, matching payroll taxes, dealing with workers’ compensation issues, as well as government compliance for all those employees, you cut us one check. We take care of the details after that. This gives you more time to concentrate on making money for your business.

This is the first blog entry that we will be making. There will be more to come, so stay tuned. Our goal is to keep you informed about labor, staffing, and human resources issues, and to help you find and implement staffing solutions that work for your business.

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Business Insurance in Arizona

How many hours have you put into your business? All that hard work needs the protection of a bulletproof insurance policy. Business insurance will keep your company safe from accidents or potentially bank-breaking lawsuits. Depending on what kind of business you run, Arizona might require certain types of insurance for your employees. Look into what you need, legally and practically, to keep your business running for many years to come.

 

Liability Insurance

There are three main types of business liability insurance. General liability covers medical bills or legal fees resulting from injuries, accidents, libel, or negligence. Product or professional liability insurance will protect your business from lawsuits dealing with a product or service offered by your company. Many business owners choose umbrella liability insurance, which is a comprehensive insurance plan that ensures your business isn’t left vulnerable by holes in your policy.

 

Property Insurance

If you run your business from a store or office building, you will need business insurance that covers your property. This coverage will not only financially assist you after natural disasters, fires, or vandalism, but it can help make up for losses during business interruptions caused by property damage.

 

Homeowner’s Insurance

Despite the common myth, homeowner’s insurance will not automatically protect you from business-related damages and losses at home. If you run your business from your house, even partially, you will want to add a rider to your homeowner’s insurance that will cover business losses in case of an emergency.

 

Health Insurance

If you hire full-time employees for your business, you will need to offer them health insurance. Arizona laws dictate what kind of coverage will need to be provided. Requirements include coverage for mammograms, newborn babies and handicapped children. Health insurance cannot exclude employees based on pre-existing conditions, and no limitations can be placed on maternity
coverage.

 

Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation not only provides employees with lost wages and medical coverage after an injury on the job site, it also protects your business from lawsuits after an accident. Depending on the work environment, workers’ compensation could
be vital to the survival of your business. Construction businesses are required by Arizona law to have workers’ compensation insurance.

 

Insurance for your business is necessary, but the premiums can start to add up. Hiring temps who don’t need additional insurance coverage could help you cut back on expenses. For more information on our pre-trained and highly-qualified temporary workers, visit us online or call 877-836-7527.

 

Sources:

Arizona Department of Insurance

U.S. Small Business Association

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