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  • 1.  Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-12-2021 10:10
    Hello. I am still pretty new to the staffing world.  We have an opportunity to recruit for a company located in Maryland. The work would be done in Maryland as well. 
    We are Licensed in NJ.  Do we need additional licensing in the state of Maryland?  
    Thank you in advance for your feedback.

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    Jessica Flores
    Recruiting Manager

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  • 2.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-13-2021 08:48
    I don't know if there are licensing requirements, but you can ascertain that through your legal counsel. As for placing people in other states, you will need to register with Maryland so that you can remit the required tax payments. The state where the actual work is done is where the income is considered to be earned. There may be a reciprocal agreement between New Jersey and Maryland that allows the tax withholdings to be accumulated in your state. You should get in touch with your legal counsel and/or payroll/accounting professionals to determine how to proceed properly.

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    Jay Mattern
    CEO
    TerraFirma Marketing
    South Bend IN
    (574) 213-3855
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  • 3.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-13-2021 10:26
    Thank you so much for your feedback!

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    Jessica Flores
    Recruiting Manager
    1st Stop Staffing
    Englewood Cliffs NJ
    2017313365
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  • 4.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-13-2021 09:21
    Hi Jessica.  What are you staffing for?  That will decide.

    - John

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    John Ruffini
    Vice President, Professional Development
    HealthTrust Workforce Solutions
    Sunrise FL
    (410) 829-8231
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  • 5.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-13-2021 10:28
    We are staffing for water meter readers in Maryland.

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    Jessica Flores
    Recruiting Manager
    1st Stop Staffing
    Englewood Cliffs NJ
    2017313365
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  • 6.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-13-2021 09:43
    I agree with Jay.  You also need to check with the State of Maryland, because they may have certain stipulations that Staffing Agency's must abide by.  For example, a max percentage you charge, hours worked etc.  I had been in Staffing for a few years and didn't realize this until I sat for my CSC certification. 

    Good thinking reaching out to ASA Central on this topic.  I think there are many that can benefit from it!  Good Luck Jessica!

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    Stacy Casaz CSP,CSC
    Staffing Manager
    Neese Personnel
    Oklahoma City OK
    405-517-0630
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  • 7.  RE: Hiring in other states

    2020 Staffing World Attendee
    Posted 08-13-2021 10:37
    Jessica,

    You will need a lot more than a 'license'. You will need to set up in the State as a Foreign entity; set up to employee people in the State; and you will need to pay taxes on those people as well as file State tax returns.

    With gratitude,

    Cathy Vee (Volpe) | President

    cvee@hbstaffing.com – (714) 960-2800 ext.805

    CathyJon Enterprises, Inc., dba HB Staffing

    Headquarters: 2120 Main Street Ste. 250 Huntington Beach, CA 92648

    Phone: 714- 960-2800 Fax: 714-960-6563

    San Diego: 9655 Granite Ridge Dr #200 San Diego, CA 92123

    Phone: 619-382-3555 Fax: 619-569-2848

    Inland Empire Office: 1255 W. Colton Avenue, Ste. 124 Redlands, CA 92374

    Monterey: 2100 Garden Road Monterey, CA 93940

    Phone: 909-698-5140 Fax: 619-569-2848

    Website: [www.hbstaffing.com]www.hbstaffing.com

     

     

     


     

     

     

     






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  • 8.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-13-2021 14:17

     

    Hi Jessica.

     

    I have a chart on my website listing the state-by-state license and registration statutes and summarizing the requirements.

     

    Anyone can download it and I hope many find it helpful. It's on this page: https://www.b2bcollectionlaw.com/services/collections-for-employment-agencies/

     

    Note that the chart is meant for informational purposes rather than legal advice.

     

    Jon Bender

     

    Bender Commercial Collection Law

    385 Kings Highway North                            

    Cherry Hill, NJ 08034                                     

    phone: 856-667-1669                                    

    fax: 856-667-6262                                           

    email: jbender@b2bcollectionlaw.com        

     

     

    Sent from Mail for Windows

     




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  • 9.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-13-2021 14:26
    John this is so great!  There are others in ASA Central that I know could use this knowledge.  I see where some are staffing in other states which is great, but I don't think they realize or know of the legalities that go along with!  There is so much more than finding people for jobs and placing them!

    Jessica, I hope you are able to get the answers you need from everyone!

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    Stacy Casaz CSP,CSC
    Staffing Manager
    Neese Personnel
    Oklahoma City OK
    405-517-0630
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  • 10.  RE: Hiring in other states

    2020 Staffing World Attendee
    Posted 08-13-2021 14:36
    That is so true, Stacy. You have to set up in a State outside your own to place people there. Much more to it than most people realize.

    With gratitude,

    Cathy Vee (Volpe) | President

    cvee@hbstaffing.com – (714) 960-2800 ext.805

    CathyJon Enterprises, Inc., dba HB Staffing

    Headquarters: 2120 Main Street Ste. 250 Huntington Beach, CA 92648

    Phone: 714- 960-2800 Fax: 714-960-6563

    San Diego: 9655 Granite Ridge Dr #200 San Diego, CA 92123

    Phone: 619-382-3555 Fax: 619-569-2848

    Inland Empire Office: 1255 W. Colton Avenue, Ste. 124 Redlands, CA 92374

    Monterey: 2100 Garden Road Monterey, CA 93940

    Phone: 909-698-5140 Fax: 619-569-2848

    Website: [www.hbstaffing.com]www.hbstaffing.com

     

     

     


     

     

     

     






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  • 11.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-14-2021 08:03
    Hi Jessica,

    What many staffing cos do is use a Employer of Record/EOR for staffing in other / multiple states.

    Pls give me a call and I will discuss how EORs work, and refer you to 2 EORs that service nearly 1000 staffing cos.

    We work with about 120 EOR clients in our work comp solutions business.

    Stay well.
    David
    202-302-1212

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    David Schek
    President
    Work Comp Staffing Solutions - LeastStaff.com
    Rockville MD
    (202) 302-1212
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  • 12.  RE: Hiring in other states

    Posted 08-14-2021 12:00
    Please also remember that you will need Workers Compensation for any states you employ people in. Workers Compensation is regulated by the state and your carrier will limit the states you can work in by what you tell them, so if you have not told them about MD, you probably have no coverage there. Make sure you call your insurance broker to discuss.

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    Jonathan Carroll
    Staffing Specialist
    Bradley & Parker
    Melville NY
    (631) 650-4034
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