I wasn't talking about the big ones that you mentioned, as there are many of the smaller ones in every little city and county such as the ones around Douglas county.<quoted text>
+1 agree with all except one point:
"Most temp agencies are not large enough to ever give benefits."
I imagine there's a bunch of smaller ones, but the larger ones (Kelly, Manpower, Spherion, Adecco, etc.) are big enough to provide benefits.
It's actually a pretty good business model, if one wanted to start such a business.
What a good deal. Have someone else go out and do the work and you get paid for their labor. All you have to do is tell them where to go, keep track of their hours, do all the government paperwork and pay them. Shouldn't be a problem finding workers as they are knocking down the doors trying to find work.