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Q: Temp for Hire in the twin cities ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Temp for Hire in the twin cities
Category: Business and Money > Consulting
Asked by: africanentreprenuer-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 31 Aug 2006 21:32 PDT
Expires: 13 Sep 2006 12:08 PDT
Question ID: 761289
we're in the process of establishing a small bussiness
much like the temp for hires such adecco, prostaff etc
our question is simply how do bussines's like this make profit.?
what are the qualifications and ceritifactions needed for this if any?
we are trying to specifically target the new americans and minority
community in the twin cities region,(Minnesota)
teaching them a trade or craft to work with and enter the workforce.
what benefits should we expect from the government for small bussines
like ours which deals with this social aspect?
specifically speaking are there any gov. funds available for minority
bussiness upstarts like ours?
we understand their needs for such a structure because the existent organizations
are unable to help, because of the language/cultural barriers. We feel
we can fill the void.
we're looking for specific answers any suggestions are helpful also.

p.s we're helping the biggest east african community in
america(somalian,Oromo,ethiopian,eritrean,kenyan) Located
in Minneapolis/St.paul,Minnesota to better understand the schematics
of the current and ever changing jobmarket.
and find their niche.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Temp for Hire in the twin cities
From: myoarin-ga on 01 Sep 2006 05:41 PDT
"our question is simply how do bussines's like this make profit.?"

The answer to this is simple:  The firms pay the temps less than they
charge the employers using them, but this obvious fact still needs

But then, as you correctly ask, what are the requirements for running
such a business?   I don't know, but they involve legal and finacial
obligations that you really need to understand before you get started.
I hope someone can at least suggest where you should start looking.

Your question about possible government support for your activities
should probably be asked in an additional separate question, since
this is an entirely different subject.  This way, two Researchers
could try to help you, and each would be more likely to take on the
simpler task.  As the question with three parts stands, one Researcher
would have to answer satisfactorily all three parts, which is unlikely
for the work involved relative to the rice.

Good luck, also with your whole project.
Subject: Re: Temp for Hire in the twin cities
From: africanentreprenuer-ga on 02 Sep 2006 00:16 PDT
thank you myoarin-ga
seems like it's a sturdy task with one too many questions;
we could figure out the gov funds side of the scenario, but any
suggestions will ultimately be helpful. thank you!
i will look into further clarifications.

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