What’s New? Direct Labor, Inc. News and Industry Trends
Business saves $270K. The trick? No employees.
Xan Hood’s small clothing company relies on seven workers — but not a single one is on his full-time payroll.He’s got two artists, two accountants, a photographer, a web consultant and a customer service representative — and they are all freelancers. If they were on Hood’s payroll, their combined salary would probably have cost him $300,000 last year. Instead, he paid closer to $30,000.
Latest News Release: February 1, 2011 –
Direct Labor, Inc. is proud to announce that we are officially a certifed Woman Owned Small Business for theNew Women- Owned Small Business (WOSB) Federal Contract Program. Under the rules of this new program, the Federal government must award 5% of its prime and subcontract dollars to women-owned small businesses.
We are actively seeking sub-contracting opportunities with contractors that need to do business with woman-owned businesses in order to meet federal regulations or set-aside requirements.