How to Post Jobs


Once your membership is activated, you’ll find how simple it is to Post a job on the Band of Hands Website. Follow this guide to ensure a seamless, first job post.


  • Select the appropriate Tax type: W-2 Work or 1099 Work
  • Create a Job Title
  • Choose the Category that best fits your job. If unsure, use "Other"
  • Select the amount of Workers needed to complete the job. You can Post a job for 1-5,000 workers.
  • Provide as many Details as possible about your job. Do you have any requirements for the Worker? Then list it here! This will help the worker determine if they are the best fit.




Time & Place

  1.  Set the Start Date
  • Determine when you want this job started by. Maybe you're flexible and a worker can complete it when they can. If that's the case, enter in today's date.

   2. Estimated Duration

  • How many days do you think this job will take? Enter in the Estimated Duration of days here.

   3. Where (Select either Remote or In-Person)

Remote JOB 

If your job can be completed remotely or via the internet, then Click the button Online, which will turn blue. 

Note: When you select Online Job, the Find Location section will close.


If your job requires the worker to have a physical presence, then Click In-person, which will turn blue. 

Note: When you select In-person, the Find Location section will open.

You can start typing an address which will give you options to select the address based on GPS Maps. An address for the location will need to be selected before clicking Next.



1. Input the base hourly rate that the Worker will be receiving for this job.

Note: For W-2 Workers, this rate will be used when the Employer of Record applies the percentage of payroll markup. For example, if the Worker is hired as an Office Receptionist at $20.00 per hour, the Employer of Record will invoice the subscribing Company at $23.60 per hour. The receptionist is considered an Office/Clerical position as an Standard Industrial Code (SIC) 8810, which is currently offered at an 18% markup.

2. Click Post to make the job public.

This will immediately alert potential workers of this job availability. Keep in mind that if the job was set as an Online job, users will not be notified.  



Once the job has posted, the Job Seeker and the Company can add attachments such as resumes, licenses, photos of past jobs into the Job Details. Once the Job Seeker(s) have been hired and the appropriate paperwork is completed, the Job will be marked as In Progress. 


For additional questions about Posting a Job, please email us at





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