Everyware is a powerfully cost efficient staffing solution!
Everyware offers a range of services to meet an employer’s and/or a contractor’s needs. Our prices are noted below; “Full Disclosure” just like it says at the top of every page of this site. Click on the service titles to learn more about each of our offerings.
W-2 Pass-Through / Employer of Record (EOR)
Fee = 17% of Bill Rate
Clients who have contractors on staff they wish to transition to Everyware or contractors who locate their own assignments qualify for one of our two pass-through services. In a pass-through situation we contact the client/customer and write up a contract or purchase order based on terms such as bill rate, start date, duration, project definition and scope, that have already been agreed to by the parties.
For W-2 employees, the EOR service makes Everyware the statutory employer for the purpose of satisfying IRS requirements regarding collection of taxes and other compliance issues. The fee covers our overhead for the employer’s share of payroll taxes, workers compensation premiums, general liability insurance, professional liability insurance, and additional expenses involved in processing payroll. Contract workers with W-2 status receive our Payment On Payday service as part of the EOR service. These services reduce the administrative tasks for the client.
Subcontractor Pass-Through / Agency of Record (AOR)
Fee = 7% of Bill Rate
A service provided for those contractors qualified as 1099. Everyware invoices the client on behalf of the 1099. When we receive payment, we pay the contractor based on the negotiated terms, less our fee. This service, like the W-2 Pass-Through reduces the administrative tasks on both the contractor as well as the client/customer.
Payment on Payday
Fee = 5% of Bill Rate
For independent contractors (corporation or 1099) who would rather not assume the risk of slow-paying clients. It guarantees payment on payday, regardless of when the client pays us. The fee for this service covers the additional overhead associated with floating the contractor’s paycheck and assuming the risk of nonpayment by the client.
Bill Rate Components
The Bill Rate Includes:
- Contractor Hourly Wage
- Payroll Taxes
- Employer Social Security and Medicare Contribution
- Worker’s Compensation Insurance
- Unemployment Taxes
- General Liability Insurance
- Professional Liability Insurance
- Records Management (Payroll, Pension, References etc.)
- Government Reporting Requirements
- Reference Checks
- Unemployment Claims
- Clerical And Accounting Costs
- Hours To Billing Reconciliation
- Administrative Costs
- A Fair Profit