It's not good to work for Yoh. They only seem to do the minimum required. We work for a high-tech company, as "temporary employees" through Yoh. This arrangement has been in place for several years. During that time, Yoh has forgotten about statutory holidays, refused to provide basic information to its employees (such as telling one employee his/her employee number, telling another employee which insurance policies he/she had purchased, and providing another employee with an employment/income reference letter). Yoh provides a poor benefits package, and their time-tracking system is amateurish and frequently broken. As a Yoh employee for nearly two years, I would say that it is the least satisfactory employment situation I have ever experienced. I was forced into becoming a Yoh employee by the company I used to work for so it could save costs. I would not recommend working for Yoh.