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Gig – Flex – Project and Freelance Workers and Employers seeking scalable, quick to deploy and highly job relevant skilled resources with an innovative, integrated and singular platform offering flexible options to quicker to market and more cost effective business outcomes with Employers.

Gig Workers are quickly deployed, have up to date job skills and are scalable and adaptable to changing environments.

Let us be part of your long term strategy for finding Gigs or creating business deliverables with the partnering of Gig Workers.

In today’s fast changing markets and economy, producing business outputs and outcomes to stay relevant and profitable is not always easy.

Get paired with a specialized, full-time, or freelance recruiter so that, right from the start, you get exactly what you need in a new hire, or a new job. Our recruiters are experts at matching creatives, marketers and technology mavens with businesses in need of top talent.

We Connect Gig Workers With Employers!

Gig Workers

Hire on-demand labor fast.
Quickly fill shifts, scale your workforce, or place extra hands on deck with Get Workers.

We’re Making Work More Accessible
We create job opportunities that truly work for everyone. We’re helping people access work that typically face barriers to traditional employment through accessible opportunities and non-biased matching practices.

We hire the best
So you can simplify your search. Each Fulcrum employee is highly qualified, fully-vetted and compliant so you don’t have to worry about filling your staffing gaps. Simplify your staffing with Fulcrum so you can focus on bringing your business to the next level.


Full-time workers require full-time shifts. Using Fulcrum pool of temp workers ensures that you only pay for the resources you need at the time you need them.

We are on a mission to help job seekers access opportunities and business find and retain talent in an ever-changing employment landscape.


You are welcome to offer any of our temporary workers a full-time position without placement or temp-to-perm fees. It’s our way to ensure you see us as partners helping you and your business.
We have a passion to allow our staff to build their schedules, preventing burnout and leading to more effective work.

We believe there’s a better way to achieve success. A better way for our professionals to balance their work and life. A better way for our business partners to engage and fill staffing gaps to ensure their business runs smoothly.


We Take Care Of

Payroll Processing
Performance Management

We connect workers with businesses—big and small. Whether you’re finding new ways to earn, or filling your staffing needs, it’s just a few clicks away.

Our Values
We build trust through responsible actions and honest relationships, and treat people with respect, dignity, and professionalism
Provide our staff and clients with innovative technology and superior quality, value, and support
Value and develop our staff’s diverse talents and independence
Hold our clients, staff, and ourselves accountable for our words, actions, and results



Build a Small Business Brand

Branding is a very important part of every business. When you think of brands, there are likely a few that come to mind first such as Coca-Cola, Nike, Starbucks, Macy’s. Anyone can sell anything, but you really stand out in the market when you have a brand. It’s key to the growth and success of your business. Many small businesses choose the easy path when it comes to branding themselves. They pick a name and get someone to create a logo, or worse, do it themselves. Then they get some stationery and business cards. The visual representation of your brand and your brand colors are important, but you need to spend some time thinking about what you want to people to think about your business. You only get one first impression with customers, so you need to consider what it’s like to call your office, or when some sends an email through your contact form, does an actual human call them back? How quickly? How long does a prospect wait to get a proposal from your company? These are all things that leave a brand impression. Here are some tips that will help you to develop a unique small business brand.

What is your business focus?

How do you want to position your business in the marketplace? When you think about your brand presence, you should consider your industry, your personality, and your target customer. Chances are a stock photo chosen at random by the sales-person at a print-shop, will not quite capture the brand impression that you are trying to create. so hire a professional graphic designer to help you. Yes, it will cost you, but if you want to only do this one time, so spend the money to look just like the big boys. If you have keen negotiation skills, you can often find a talented designer who can put together a very reasonable package for you. There are also plenty of websites where you can find designers and view their portfolios such as Fiverr, 99Designs.com, guru.com, and upwork.com. Here are some questions to answer that will help your designer get a feel for your business.

  • What is the mission of your business?
  • What differentiates your brand from your competition?
  • What is your company’s unique selling proposition?
  • What do you want people to think of when they think of your business?
  • How would you describe the branding of your closest competitors?
  • What can you improve upon when looking at your competitors?

Be mindful of color stories as you pick brand colors.

Different colors will cause varying physiological reactions.  Here’s a quick overview of the types of feelings and emotions that can be triggered by the presence of popular colors.

  • Black: Represents authority, power, and dominance.
  • Red: Think Passion. Emotionally intense, it can stimulate the heart to beat more quickly,
  • Blue: It’s a calming color, peace, tranquility.
  • Green: It represents nature; it’s the easiest color on the eyes, refreshing.
  • Yellow: Yellow catches attention, but it can be overwhelming.
  • Brown: It can represent genuineness which can be good for business, but it can also come off as mundane, sad and wistful.

If you think back to the companies we mentioned earlier, think of the red one and the green one. There are likely two that come to mind immediately. How does each brand make you feel? When choosing a color to represent your brand, be mindful of the psychology behind that color choice.

Be consistent with your branding

If your business is taking advantage of social media marketing, then it’s important to have consistent branding across all social platforms. For example, if you build a personal brand use the same headshot everywhere. You also want your profile to tell people how to hire you. It’s great that you are swim dad or an Eagles fan. (Yes, I’m from Philadelphia), but it will greatly help your business to promote what you do. Keep in mind my 4:1 Ratio of sharing other people’s helpful content before you promote your own. You’ll also want to tailor your content to fit the culture of each platform and how your potential customers use it. Don’t just post the exact same thing across every social network, that’s a great way to damage your brand.

Don’t be afraid hire someone to help you. When choosing a designer, use a contact that says it’s work for hire, make sure you can get at least 5-7 options, and then refine one down to become your logo. When you get your artwork, ask for the jpeg, pdf and high resolution png files. And get the exact color and fonts on a one-page style guide from them, so you’re not stuck, in case you ever need to move on from that designer. Remember, if you hire a designer, you’ve got to trust them to create something brilliant, but it’s your brand, and you need to make sure convey the impression that you want people to have.