Temporary Staffing Solutions
Uplift Northwest is a Seattle-based temporary staffing operation with a dedicated team of account representatives standing by to make sure you have a positive experience. We offer flexible staffing opportunities; whether you need one or 200 employees, we can meet your needs. Need workers quickly? We have on-call workers ready to dispatch. We invoice you directly, handle all worker payments, and offer highly competitive rates. All of our workers are screened and legal to work in the United States.
Our workers can be found around the region in industries like:
• Food Service/Prep
• Litter Abatement/Sanitation
• and more!
Join hundreds of other satisfied local employers like:
• Centurylink Field
• King County
• Seattle Mariners
• Compass Group
• Ethan Stowell Restaurants
• Tom Douglas Restaurants
• Metropolitan Improvement District
How to Hire Workers
Please let us know how we can help meet your staffing needs. Our staffing team is standing by to fill your new order Monday through Friday from 8am-3pm. Whether this is your first time hiring or you’re a returning customer, please fill out the forms below and a representative will contact you.
If you have any trouble with an existing job order, you can text a message to (206) 728-5627 at any time of day, and a member of the staffing team will get back to you as quickly as possible.
Additional questions? You can call us at (206) 728-5627.
Please see the table below to estimate costs for your work order. If you do not see the appropriate industry listed for your request, please call us at (206) 728-5627 for a custom quote. Rates listed are subject to change. Please submit a work order request for a full quote.
Type of Labor
The rates above vary according to the amount of tax charged by Labor & Industries for a particular job activity.
Services Uplift Northwest workers CANNOT perform include:
Asbestos removal; work in or around hazardous/biohazardous waste and/or pest infestations; deep digging more than 4 feet; electrical; ladder work above 8 feet, and not above a single story (individual’s feet must be within 4 feet of the ground); moving or loading any large, expensive, or complicated furniture (pianos, grandfather clocks, hutches, etc.); packing articles for a move; moving or loading any unsealed items, including clothing, bedding, etc.; plumbing; roof work; work in confined places; tasks that require the use of power tools and saws.
Labor Service Agreement
Please fill and sign Labor Service agreement prior to start of your first work order.
Amusements on Demand was looking for help, and we tried the usual job service sites, and it didn’t work out so well. I was referred to Uplift Northwest, and they’ve been some of the best workers we’ve ever had. They’re not just reliable; they care about growing the company. You’re hiring people who want to better their lives and want to make your company successful.”
Ari Hoffman, Owner
IPM hires workers to staff parking operations for UW Huskies games. It’s an easy and convenient way for me find good workers. Years ago, Uplift Northwest actually helped me and my family when we came to America as refugees. I am honored to be part of the mission and I look forward to a long term partnership with Uplift Northwest.”
Vladi Sevoyan, Vice President of IPM
We need to provide opportunities for people to build better lives. We want to help people who have been struggling to have steady employment and the satisfaction of a job well done, and to improve neighborhood quality of life for everyone. [King County’s partnership with Uplift Northwest in White Center clean-up] is a pilot, and I hope that it will provide lessons that can be deployed throughout unincorporated King County, and beyond.”
Dow Constantine, King County Executive
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