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How to Hire Workers
You can hire workers directly online by going to our employer webpage at www.sfdaylabor.org and clicking on "Hire Workers."
You can also hire laborers by calling (415)252-5375 or (415)252-5376 during our business hours: 7am-1pm, Mon-Fri, 7am-12pm, Sat. Call up to an hour prior to reserve reliable workers who are available 7 days/week, at all hours.
The Day Labor Program provides reliable workers for moving, hauling, gardening, clean-up, set-up, painting, security, and more. Rates starting at $15.00/hr, with a $50 minimum (which covers the frist 3 hours of work). Estimates on specialized jobs such as carpentry, plumbing, electricity, are also available.
Our Women's Collective [which can also be reached at (415) 252-5375 or (415)252-5376 requires only one day advanced notice. Collective members specialize in cleaning, cooking, and childcare at rates of $15/hr, with $60 minimum which covers the first 3 hours of work (discounts may apply). For cleaning jobs Collective members can provide cleaning supplies for an additional $15 dollars.
For positions within the City of San Francisco, workers can provide their own transportation or you may pick them up from the program. For jobs outside of city limits, you may be asked to provide transportation or cover the cost of public transportation. Employers are expected to pay the workers directly, immediately following the completion of the job.
You can also stop by our convenient location at 3358 Cesar Chavez Street at (near the corner of Mission) in the San Francisco Mission District to hire laborers.Employ Laborers for Special Events & Venues
The San Francisco Day Labor Program is uniquely qualified to suit the needs of event coordinators or venue managers. The program's flexibility allows us to provide, with as little as an hour's notice, energetic and dependable workers for a few hours to a few months, depending on your schedule. The laborers can do everything from moving and hauling to set-up and clean-up, from flyering and security to cooking and catering. The San Francisco Day Labor Program is sponsored by the City of San Francisco and run by a long-standing community organization, La Raza Centro Legal. La Raza Centro Legal is a non-profit 501c(3) organization and does not profit from the Day Labor Program. All wages go directly to the workers.
The Program has over 10 years of experience in connecting contractors, event organizers, warehouses, conference exhibitors, and homeowners with the ‘extra pair of hands' they need to get the job done. With more than a 90% approval rating from employers, Day Labor Program workers have performed a variety of high quality jobs, from stuffing envelopes for political campaigns, providing set-up, clean-up, and security personnel for community events, and helping hundreds of homeowners and small businesses with moving and maintenance work.
Discounted rates may apply for on-going jobs or tasks requiring numerous workers.