Seems that I have a local company that supplies individuals, general laborers for a billing rate of 1.5x the wage I want to pay them. So, if I pay $8/hr for someone to trim, I'm billed at $12. I don't think thats too bad considering I don't have to deal with the paper work and things associated. They said all individuals are screened and they have a large pool available on call. I like that. My question is this....if the agency is the laberors employer, and I hire someone and they get hurt on the job, aren't I liable as well?Or do these temp agencies take all responsibility? Hell, if I can find someone that can work a trimmer and stand 90-100 degree weather for 8-10 hours, I'll keep them working full time.