Compliance

Compliance is not optional. It's the law.

Peace of Mind

No professional staffing solution is complete unless it shields clients from trailing liability. This aspect of our business is of utmost importance to us, and paramount for you.

By processing our payroll through the national payroll-processing leader, Hospitality Staffing Solutions© ensures all employee taxes are paid and we utilize an electronic web-based I-9 program to ensure all associates are compliant.

All of our employees are insured for general liability, theft and workers’ compensation. Additionally, HSS has an industry leading safety and workers’ compensation claims management program to prevent injuries and ensure that our employees receive appropriate medical care in the event of a job-related injury.

To further shield you, Hospitality Staffing Solutions© performs complete background checks, and hires associates as employees rather than subcontractors.

Without these protections, you could be assessed for unpaid back taxes, fined for hiring undocumented workers, or ordered to pay workers compensation claims.

Hospitality Staffing Solutions© hires the right people the right way to protect your reputation, as well as our own.

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