There may be mixed reports on the overall hiring climate in the United States, but there appears to be little uncertainty when it comes to Technology. All reports indicate that hiring in that sector hot, particularly in the contract staffing realm. Even better, there are plenty of opportunities for recruiters to take advantage of this trend.
Citing a study from TheLadders, Recruiter reports that 70% of today's hottest jobs come from the technology sector. Moreover,…Continue
One of the most difficult aspects of contract staffing from a recruiter's perspective is funding the payroll. The nature of contract staffing requires you, as the employer of the contractors, to pay the contractors BEFORE you are paid by the client. While you pay your contractors weekly or at least every other week, it could be 30 to 90 days before you receive payment from the clients. You could have several thousand dollars outstanding at any one time for just one…Continue
While recruiting is ultimately a rewarding profession, it's one that comes with it's share of stress and frustration. Many recruiters shy away from contract staffing because they think it will only add to their stress. But in fact, contract staffing can help relieve many common causes of recruiter stress, including:
Employee referrals. Assessment tests. Exhaustive interview processes.
These are all strategies that companies use to make sure they hire workers who are qualified AND are good cultural fits. But many are finding these longstanding techniques are not enough and are turning to "try-before-you-buy" methods to help ensure successful hires.
This was a hot topic at a recent…Continue