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  • With 2014 Half Over How Will YOU Reach Your Annual Goals?

    06/23/14 10:00 AM | By :Exact Staff | Categories : Career Advice | Leave a Comment
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    We’re nearing the end of June meaning 2014 is halfway over. Chances are, at the beginning of the year you set goals for your organization — but are you able to meet them in the remaining six months? Of course you are!

    Companies set hiring goals in order to be more productive and efficient, and in turn profitable. When you fall short of your hiring goals, your company may suffer. Meeting hiring goals tends to be put on the backburner while other aspects of business take the forefront. Often, managers become desperate and hire people who aren’t qualified to fill the position. Not only is this a waste of time, it’s a waste of money.

    This is where an employment firm (like us!) comes in. Staffing agencies are able to find qualified employees to fill positions when companies are unable to do so. As you know, finding the proper candidate takes time and can be costly. This is where we step in and act as a matchmaker, finding the right candidate to fit your organization’s needs. Plus, you’ll save your organization money by outsourcing all of the time and effort involved in recruiting and interviewing candidates.

    So…How Can You Reach Your Annual Goals?

    One great option to meet the seasonal and/or production demand is to hire temporary workers. Temporary workers are employees who are hired for a specific project or for a shorter period of time. According to the American Staffing Association, temporary workers make up approximately two percent of the U.S. workforce. One benefit of hiring temporary employees is cost reduction. When using temporary employees that work for staffing agencies, your company isn’t responsible for benefits or unemployment claims.

    Another great benefit of temporary employees is risk reduction. Think about it, when you hire a permanent employee, you’re taking a gamble on how good they really are. Some people interview very well, but turn out to be a not-so-great employee. Temporary employees aren’t permanent staff, but they work in the office just like everyone else. It gives you time to get to know the employee, see if they are a good worker, and maybe consider hiring them on a permanent basis. Situations like this are called “temp-to-hire” positions.

    With only six months left, let us help you meet your annual goals. Start by contacting one of our recruiters today!

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