Checklist For Starting A Temp Agency

1. Choose a Business Structure: Decide on the type of legal structure that best suits your business, such as forming an LLC or Sole Proprietorship.

2. Register Your Business Name: Select a unique name to register with your state and local government offices, then reserve the domain name for a website.

3. Obtain Insurance: Protect your business with liability and workers’ compensation insurance to cover any risks associated with providing temp services.

4. Establish an Office Space: Secure an office space that can be used as a hub for operations, meetings and client support.

5. Create a Website: Develop a website that serves as an online hub for potential and existing clients to learn more about your temp agency services.

6. Acquire Licenses and Certifications: Obtain any necessary licenses from local, state and federal authorities, such as business operating permits or licensing in the field you plan to provide services in.

7. Form Business Partnerships: Connect with businesses to create mutually beneficial partnerships that expand the reach and scope of your temp services.

8. Develop Networking Opportunities: Establish relationships with other business people in your network, attend relevant events, join groups and cultivate contacts to generate leads and widen your pool of talent.

9. Recruit Talent: Create a recruitment process to attract the best set of temp workers and start building your talent base.

10. Market Your Services: Promote your temp agency through advertising, word-of-mouth referrals and strategic partnerships with other businesses in related industries.