Temporary Agency

Temporary Agency

Local
District Attorneys
THERE ARE NO SPECIAL TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FROM THE STATE OF COLORADO.
Enforcement is only handled by local District Attorneys Offices in the appropriate county. To file a complaint, contact the local office.
State
Colorado Department of Labor & Employment
Unemployment Insurance Operations
251 East 12th Ave
Denver , CO   80203
(303)318-9100
(800)480-8299
A Temporary Service Organization or an Employee Leasing Agency is considered to be an employer and must comply with employer requirements (ex: unemployment insurance, withholding tax, workers’ compensation, etc.) on all “temporary” employees.
An employee-leasing company is distinguished from an temporary-help contracting firm based on supplying employees to client “work-site” employers with the intent to employ the specified employees on a long-term basis and not assign the employees to a series of limited-term assignments.

Link:  http://www.coworkforce.com/UIT/EmployersHandbook/tax.htm

If a business engages in employee-leasing activity and fails to file the reports or taxes due to the Division, THE WORKSITE EMPLOYER BECOMES LIABLE FOR THE REPORTS AND TAXES DUE for the employees who performed service for them.

The worksite employer is not liable when contracting for temporary help. For this reason, it is important for worksite employers to be aware of potential liability for unemployment taxes when contracting for leased employees.


NOTE:  See EMPLOYMENT AGENCY for mandatory Anti-Discrimination poster requirements.

Temporary Agency

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Local
District Attorneys
THERE ARE NO SPECIAL TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FROM THE STATE OF COLORADO.
Enforcement is only handled by local District Attorneys Offices in the appropriate county. To file a complaint, contact the local office.
State
Colorado Department of Labor & Employment
Unemployment Insurance Operations
251 East 12th Ave
Denver , CO   80203
(303)318-9100
(800)480-8299
A Temporary Service Organization or an Employee Leasing Agency is considered to be an employer and must comply with employer requirements (ex: unemployment insurance, withholding tax, workers’ compensation, etc.) on all “temporary” employees.
An employee-leasing company is distinguished from an temporary-help contracting firm based on supplying employees to client “work-site” employers with the intent to employ the specified employees on a long-term basis and not assign the employees to a series of limited-term assignments.

Link:  http://www.coworkforce.com/UIT/EmployersHandbook/tax.htm

If a business engages in employee-leasing activity and fails to file the reports or taxes due to the Division, THE WORKSITE EMPLOYER BECOMES LIABLE FOR THE REPORTS AND TAXES DUE for the employees who performed service for them.

The worksite employer is not liable when contracting for temporary help. For this reason, it is important for worksite employers to be aware of potential liability for unemployment taxes when contracting for leased employees.


NOTE:  See EMPLOYMENT AGENCY for mandatory Anti-Discrimination poster requirements.
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (303) 892-3840 oedit.info@state.co.us
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (303) 892-3840 oedit.info@state.co.us
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (303) 892-3840 oedit.info@state.co.us
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (303) 892-3840 oedit.info@state.co.us