Vermont Employment Agency
Licensing requirements for Vermont employment, staffing and talent agencies.
This page provides an overview of employment services licensing in Vermont for individuals and agencies. You will find state requirements, application fees, filing instructions, and more. For assistance with licensing, please contact us to learn about our software and managed license services.
Companies that provide employment services in Vermont must apply for a license prior to doing business. Depending on the services offered, businesses may need to apply for more than one license type, and in some cases, an individual license will be required as well.
Vermont Employment and Business Support Services Company Licenses
Vermont Employee Leasing Company License
Form EL-1: Employee Leasing Company Licensure & Registration Application
$100 application fee + $1,000 license fee
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Annually at least 60 days before the expiration date of the license.
Notice of Employee Leasing Agreement
Within 10 days after the agreement is executed and within 10 days after an agreement is terminated.
Employee leasing companies must notify the department when contracts with clients are executed or terminated.
Quarterly Wage and Contribution Report
Form C-101: Employers Quarterly Wage and Contribution Report
Vermont Employment Agency License
Employment Agency licensure is not required on the State level in Vermont.
Vermont Talent Agency License
Talent Agency licensure is not required on the State level in Vermont.
Employee Leasing Company - Enter into leasing contracts with other businesses that require labor. The leasing company loans its workers to the lessee while still providing specified responsibilities, such as workers compensation insurance, to the employees. This includes long term (6 months or more) temporary arrangements but often excludes temporary help arrangements. Unlike professional employer organizations, employee leasing companies are contracted when an employer needs to hire staff and does not want to handle human resources responsibilities.
Employment Agency - An entity that, for compensation, procures or attempts to procure employment for a person.
Professional Employer Organization - PEOs take on the human resources role for businesses and act as a co-employer in the sense that the client company's workers are administratively employees of the PEO but functionally these employees are controlled by the client company. Unlike employee leasing companies, PEOs are contracted when an employer already has staff and does not want to handle human resources responsibilities.
Staffing Agency - An entity that procures temporary or part-time employment for a person who then works under the supervision of a worksite employer.
Talent Agency - An entity that, for compensation, procures or attempts to procure employment or placement for an artist. (Certain art forms are excluded)
American Staffing Association
Staffing, recruiting, and workforce solution industry advocacy group.
National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS)
Education and training oriented association for personnel services providers.
National Association of Professional Employer Organizations
Provides advocacy efforts, information, and other services to members of the employment industry.