Staffing companies are finding themselves in higher and higher demand, and not just among those looking for temporary workers or expanded labor. Increasingly, companies are finding their best recruitment comes from businesses like yours that make finding and placing skilled talent their main concern. The medical industry is no exception, but medical staffing companies don’t work like many contracts and temporary labor providers do. Sometimes, their placement is for extended work on-site on behalf of another institution, other times they are providing staffing to key roles to cover shortfalls due to illness or annual leave use. Good medical staffing insurance coverage needs to acknowledge the different roles played by staffing businesses in various areas of the industry, providing the right coverage for your company’s niche and worker population.
Medical Staffing Insurance
General insurers tend to provide commercial policies that are one size fits all, which doesn’t always work out. It’s fine for starter liability policies for small companies, but your best bet for tailored coverage that addresses your labor pool’s skills would be to find a staffing insurance provider with a strong medical coverage team. When your insurance team is built around businesses like yours, they don’t just understand your needs, they also understand the surprises that companies like yours have encountered over the years, and that makes them a valuable resource for recommendations and coverage evaluations.