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The first quarter of 2018 just ended. It is probably time for you to take another look at your workforce needs for the full year.
Do you have upcoming projects or seasonal peaks that might benefit from additional talent?
You may be worried about adding new employees to your company, but you can pass that commitment to a staffing agency and let them bear that risk.
Using a temporary workforce is a successful tactic for your firm if you’re using it the right way. Before connecting with a staffing agency, there are several considerations:
For many employees, having a flexible lifestyle is their norm. That’s what attracts them to becoming and remaining part of the temporary workforce. They are looking for short-term jobs or flexible contractor schedules to fit into their way of life. And they are dependable workers. So why not take advantage of that resource? Especially when you’re looking to bring someone on board for only a short period of time?
While your company will pay the staffing agency a fee for the services of your temporary employees, all other costs are absorbed by the agency. They will handle all of the sourcing and pre-screening processes. Your temporary workforce will be covered by our worker’s comp, medical insurance plans, unemployment, and other required hiring costs. Wouldn’t that be nice to remove those variable expenses from your business?
You will be able to add qualified workers quickly if you have a working relationship with a staffing agency. If you see a project is in need of additional hours to ensure its success, there may be a significant benefit to working with a staffing agency rather than hiring more internal employees or expecting your current staff to put in the overtime.
Your organization may have situations where you require specialized skills during peak seasons. Your staffing agency can recruit an employee with just the right skill set who can take on the function rapidly and help your company accomplish what’s required – and do it for as little or as long as you need.
During a temporary assignment you could uncover talent, skills and temperament that are a good permanent fit with your organization. Then you can make arrangements with the staffing firm to convert those employees to a full time position with your company.
So now that you’ve thought about your specific situation and how a temporary workforce could benefit your business…
Call Flexicrew to get our complimentary views on ways to best use a temporary workforce aligned with your permanent employees.