Just as a company is careful about providing the best products, so you screen each potential staffer carefully before sending him or her out on the job. You go through piles of resumes, conduct interviews and ask for recommendations so you can feel certain you have stellar staff to suit your client’s requirements. However, things can go wrong from time to time, whether through incompetence or accident. You need staffing insurance to ensure that you are covered when mishaps arise.
There may be a significant amount of disagreement about who is to blame if there is financial loss or injury involving a hire you found for a client. While the source of the responsibility is being established, you can at least feel secure that your firm is covered with staffing insurance, and you will be protected from substantial losses. Discuss with an insurance agency what kind of insurance you need, whether you should select individual or comprehensive policies.
Many staffing insurance policies include various kinds of liability insurance. Select the kind of liability coverage you need based on the types of industries you work with. Insuring against cyber-crime, for example, is more relevant if you are providing staff to an office than on a construction site, for example. Speak with an agent to find the best insurance policy for your staffing firm.