Casa Latina's mission is to empower Latino immigrants through educational and economic opportunities.

Hire a Worker

Hire a worker in Seattle.

Online Order Form

Fill out an online order from by clicking here: Online Order Form. Please submit your online request at least 48 hours in advance.


Hire By Phone
206.956.0779 x3
Call us Monday - Friday 7:00am-10:30am,
Saturday 7:00am 11:30am.

If our dispatch is closed, leave a message and we'll get back to within 24 hours!

Casa Latina's Workers' Center has skilled, dependable workers trained in many different types of work. They can help with nearly anything you might come up with, from landscaping to laying drywall to keeping your party running smoothly so you can relax with your guests. Our pay scale has more information, but if what you are thinking of isn't on there, just ask! Call us at 206. 956.0779 x3.

Please note: The workers are not contractors. You will need to provide all tools, materials, and safety equipment for the workers you employ.

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Hire workers in the greater Seattle area for:

  • Gardening and Landscaping: From weeding and cleaning up leaves, to planting and mowing, to major landscaping projects, skilled workers from Casa Latina can help with all your gardening and landscaping tasks.

  • Moving and Packing: Packing up and moving is a big task. Make it easy with reliable movers from Casa Latina to move boxes and furniture, load and unload trucks, and simplify the big move.

  • House Cleaning: Trained in the latest green cleaning practices, dependable house keepers from Casa Latina can help you keep your home or office clean, and give you peace of mind knowing it’s all been done with safe and environmentally friendly products. Want more information about being a responsible employer? Click here!

  • Construction. Need help on the job site? Call for dry walling, carpentry, painting and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

- How do I hire workers?
It’s easy. Call the Workers’ Center at 206.956.0779 x3  and place an order. Call from 7:00 am - 10:30 am during office hours to talk to a live person (7:00 am - 11:30 am Saturdays). If you reach a recording during that time, we are talking on the other line. Leave a message, and we will get back to you. Place an order at least a day in advance and we will drop off workers at your door.
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- How much do I pay the worker?
The workers have collectively developed a salary scale. The hourly wage starts at $16 per hour, and may be higher, depending on the difficulty and skill required for the job. Tips are always welcome. For more information, please view our Pay Scale. The staff at the Center can also help you determine the appropriate minimum wage for different jobs.
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- Where does my money go?
The workers keep 100% of their pay. Casa Latina does not take a commission or receive any money from its workers. Transportation fees are paid to Casa Latina and help offset the cost of the driver. Please click here if you would like to make a donation to support the programs of Casa Latina.
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- Do I have to pick up the worker?
We have a transportation service; for a small fee, we can drop off workers anywhere in Seattle and its suburbs. The fee for this service is $12 for one worker and $20 for two workers or more; for destinations outside of Seattle, $20 for one worker and $25 for two or more. When you hire workers you will be informed about the availability and cost of the transportation service. Please be sure to pay the driver when she or he arrives; you may pay by cash or check (made out to Casa Latina).
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- Why hire workers from the Day Workers' Center?
We are a no-commission center; there is no administration charge for contracting our workers. Because we are an established organization, we have interpreters to help with any job issues that may arise. We also have guidelines for workers using our center, such as no drugs, alcohol, or fighting.
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- What can the workers do for me?
We have workers of all trades and experience. Besides construction and manual labor, we can help with moving services, cleaning, handiwork, painting, landscaping, etc. We can be contracted for a half day (five hour minimum), a day, a week or permanently.
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- Who are the workers at the Center?
Primarily, our workers are from a variety of Spanish-speaking countries. They are men and women of all ages and trades. Some are newly arrived; others have been here longer but have recently become unemployed.
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- Why do the workers choose the Day Workers' Center?
The workers are here because they need work. Out of respect for themselves and others, they prefer to be contracted from an organized center instead of waiting in the streets. Many believe that together, working within a group, they have a better chance of being hired for work and being treated with respect, as they respect our community and employers.
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- What if I have more questions?
Call the Workers’ Center at 206.956.0779 between 7:00 am and 10:30 am on Mondays through Fridays, and on Saturdays between 7:00 am and 11:30 am to talk to a live person. We will be happy to answer your questions.
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What if I have problems with the worker’s performance?    
Casa Latina does not employ the workers whom we refer; when you make the decision to hire them, you are their employer and they are your employees. Thus, while we do our best to only refer workers who are skilled and dependable, we cannot and do not guarantee that worker performance will always meet your expectations. Casa Latina is not responsible for any such failure in worker performance or for any damage or injuries that could conceivably occur during the performance of the work you have hired these workers to perform.
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Casa Latina's Day Workers' Center!