Whether we're in an economic boom or a downturn, staffing is always a necessary business service. During boom times, companies scramble to find qualified employees as they grow. During slower times, businesses rely on temporary employees because they're unable to commit to hiring full-time staff. And through it all, staffing companies fulfill their needs by finding great workers and taking care of the extensive logistics: interviewing and hiring, payroll, government regulations, insurance, and more. This guide will teach you everything you need to know to start and run a successful staffing business. Topics covered include: Overviews of the three different types of staffing services, with answers to commonly asked questions. Proven tips and advice for finding clients and temporary workers, setting fees, finding the right equipment, dealing with state and federal laws, and managing your finances.