Plenty of other advice out there. But I find such to be either good fortune of having contacts with a company that needs workers and you do the work. Once in a while you encounter folk that have no cash reserves to do this or forgot the liability issues. It appears you need a lawyer once in a while.
Also, is this a good business to get in to?
I've always wanted to start my own business since I was a kid. I come from a family of business owners so I've caught the itch. As of right now I'm in HR recruiting, onboarding, interviewing, filing, etc. I've only had 6 months experience so I'm looking to gain more knowledge and try to work for a staffing firm.
One question, when you first start, do you search for clients first or employees?