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What is the word for a person from a different company that supplies people/services for you to use constantly?

  • Please provide some context and/or examples of people who fit the bill. – Tushar Raj Apr 23 '15 at 10:41
  • I think this is often called a "personnel service". Though "temp agency" is a more colloquial term (that the services like to avoid using). – Hot Licks May 23 '15 at 11:52
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It's simply "supplier". That's the universally used word.

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The first word that comes to my mind is contractor which according to Merriam-Webster and Collins seems to fit.

Note however that this term is very broad simply designing someone who has entered a contract (legal or a natural persons alike) while in its narrower meaning it appears to be primarly used for construction firms.

  • It's not just used in construction. In high tech, we often hire contractors in lieu of permanent employees. – Barmar Apr 27 '15 at 21:25
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    A contractor is a particular type, a subset, of supplier. The answer to the OP is very simply "supplier" - a term used constantly in business. – Fattie May 23 '15 at 16:53

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