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Save time and money sourcing and hiring local, skilled, and insured workers with Fulcrum Get Workers staffing

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



Power up Business Plan

Q: What is a living business plan and how do you use it?

A living business plan is a focusing tool to guide you as grow business.  Business owners must actively use a business plan on quarterly or bi-annual basis to check progress, tweak goals, identify changes, and celebrate business growth.

Q: How important is it to have mission & vision statements?

Vision gives you the big goal you are working for.  It doesn’t have to be huge; one client in computer security just wants to make it harder for hackers to get into companies and stealing info.  Mission statements speak to your value system and the reason you started your business – and it is deeply tied into your vision.  These are your starting points.

Q: What role do our values play in developing our business culture?

Who you are shows up in your business.  Even sole proprietorships have a culture. For example, notice how you use social media, the notion of transparency, or even how you engage with prospects, possible joint ventures, and professional friendships.

Q: How do our beliefs about money and success affect the beginning stages of a startup?

Beliefs about money and success set you up for failure if not clear how you think and feel about these two necessities.  Money is loaded with meaning.  Define for yourself what money really means.  Evaluate what it means to make a profit.  Success is also loaded; generally coupled with money or wealth, which some people feel is too dirty or lacks some kind of virtue.  Identify what your kind of success looks like.

Q: Why is it important for small businesses to measure progress?

  Entrepreneurs are noted for how they stretch themselves and extend their comfort zone. There are objective measures – revenues, new hires, moving into bigger spaces.  There are subjective measures – increased networking, levels of confidence, enhanced ability to communicate with others, or more alignment with core values and core purpose of the business. Since I work with a lot of very small businesses, we often take a look at marketing, speaking opportunities, and follow-through on stated goals. It is important to know if your ideas work in real-life. Also, it is important to know when you can afford to stop wearing all of your hats and hire virtual assistants or other employees

Q: What are some of the most common ways we sabotage ourselves?

Procrastination, disorganization of time & stuff, not taking time to write even a most basic business plan. Not using effective stress management techniques, Not developing community to avoid isolation.

Q: What purpose does a SWOT analysis serve in a small business/startup? (Strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project or in a business.)

  This is time to tell yourself the truth – good, bad, and ugly, including anything from your personal life that may affect your business.  It’s a good review of why you started business in the first place and to measure how your business is evolving

Q: How does my personal life affect my business?

Lots of small businesses owners wear many hats.  If your attention or energy is used by life events, this can take away from business.  People who work from home are susceptible to interruptions from family, friends, and neighbors who may not realize that you are actually working.  Support from a coach, mentor, or peers is important to staying focused and keeping boundaries clear.  Success in business has more to do with your ability to manage your thoughts and feelings, to interact with people, and to know how you want to grow – both professionally and personally. Being flexible and fluid allows you to remain creative and dynamic in your business strategies.