Customers can manage staffing suppliers in their Worksome account. This way, Worksome will pay the staffing agency fees automatically to your trusted contracts, so that agencies no longer need to invoice you directly for margin.
Learn how to do this, here:
Getting started by clicking on "Staffing agencies":
Log into your Worksome account and click on "Staffing agencies" under "Talent" in your menu to your left.
Once you've opened this page you'll have an overview of the Staffing agencies names you've added to your PSL on Worksome, along with any additional tags. You can add new staffing agencies from this page also.
2. Click on "Invite staffing agency"
A form will appear where you can put in relevant information about the staffing agency, and a message to go along with their invitation. Add the staffing agency name, if they already have an account on Worksome then when they pop up you can add them straight to your list along with your Ownership and Fee terms with them.⭐️
If you wish to invite a specific staffing agent user to the platform who's agency is already on the platform please inform the staffing agency they will have to contact a member of their team that use Worksome to invite them. (As the email address box will disappear when an existing agency is selected).
Tags are not required, but these are necessary for you to be able to sort and search for your staffing agencies at a later stage. Therefore it’s highly recommended that you take the time to add tags to your staffing agencies.
Click 'save' to invite your staffing agency. Your staffing agency contact will now receive an invite email to join Worksome so that you can attribute them to contracts. Worksome can then pay the margin and track ownership of the candidates for you!
Staffing agency accounts can have many team members with different roles (read more here). If you contact has not seen you yet, advise them that they need to be added to their existing Worksome account by their agency's admin.
Learn how to attribute a staffing agency to an external worker contract here.