Resource Labour Hire (RLH) is a type of contract where an employer hires workers for a project from an agreed-upon source, such as a temporary work agency. The advantage of using R LH is that it can be more cost-effective than using traditional forms of labor. For example, if an employer needs 50 laborers for a weeklong construction project, hiring them through a traditional recruitment process would cost around $10,000. However, if the employer contracts with a temporary work agency and pays them $1 per worker per day, the total cost would be only $600. Additionally, R LH can help to avoid potential labor shortages by providing an alternative supply of workers. In some cases, R LH can also allow employers to skirt legal requirements that are associated with employing regular employees.
Finally, it’s important to remember that resource labor-hire is only viable if projects are completed on time and within budget – otherwise, you may end up with wasted resources and disgruntled workers!