Temporary Job Market On The RiseJanuary 23, 2015
There’s no time like the present to start expanding your staff! With the economy currently on the rise, it can be tempting to hire full-time employees to expand your company. However, with the risk of a bad fit with a new employee or the sole purpose of project work, there is a much safer route for hiring while still maximizing your company’s potential!
Temporary positions benefit both the employers and the employees – despite the fact that they have a history of getting a bad rap. The truth is, temporary positions provide flexibility for all parties involved. There is a low risk, but a great reward.
First, companies looking to expand might need to try out a new position to see if it is really necessary as a full-time job. Temporary positions provide the opportunity to try out a new position’s fit within the company.
Not only that, but the temporary position also creates the opportunity to test out an employee specifically. Without the pressure of a long-term contract, employers can evaluate whether or not an employee would make a good addition for the future of the company.
On the same token, temporary positions provide the temporary employee with the opportunity to leave quickly after their responsibilities are completed. It is a great way for employees to test out how well they mix with a company and its culture.
Finally, temporary employees benefit employers even when just seeking to fill positions in other departments of the company. Once an employer begins to build a list of employable contacts who have worked for them temporarily, it is easier to fill newly vacant positions!
Now that you’re more interested in expanding your company in a new and flexible way, where should you get started? Give Dallas Employment Services a call or visit our website! We’d love to get you set up with a new temporary employee. You never know where it might lead!