Staffing Services

Staffing refers to the continuous process of finding, selecting evaluating and developing a working relationship with current or future employees. The main goal of staffing is to fill the various roles within the company with suitable candidates.

The staffing function includes recruitment, selection, training, development, transfer, promotion and compensation of personnel.

Five Staffing Options to Drive Business Continuity

  • Full-Time Employees.
  • Staff Augmentation Resources (Contractor staff to supplement full-time internal employees)
  • Professional Services (consultants)
  • Outsourcing (third-party staff performing the work indefinitely)
  • Hybrid Model

Different Types of Staffing

Contract to Hire Staffing

Contract-to-hire is a working arrangement in which a worker is hired first on a Contractor basis – usually through a Contractor staffing agency – with the possibility of the position becoming full-time. It’s not a guaranteed full-time position and hinges on a few variables, such as how well the worker performs during the Contractor arrangement and outside influences (such as economic fluctuations) that may lead businesses to reconsider their hiring plans.

How Does ContractTo Hire Work?

A Contract to hire position works similarly to a seasonal job with a probationary period. As a Contractor contract worker, the Contract doesn’t have the same benefits and legal protections as full-time employees (i.e., paid vacation or insurance coverage).

Once the Contractor contract expires, the worker can renew the contract for a longer period or renegotiate with the company to join full-time as an employee. If the Contractor contract was signed through a staffing agency, then the paperwork and filing will be conducted directly between the employer and employee during the renewal phase without a middleman.

The evaluation period under a Contract to hire arrangement is often extended beyond the normal probationary term of regular full-time employment contracts. You can think of Contract to hire as a sort of “extended job interview” because they require contractors to compete for a full-time position during the contract period.

The Benefits OfContract To Hire

Contract workers have a lot to gain from Contract to hire positions. Although they often demand an additional professional effort from workers, Contract to hire provides a buffer period in which the candidate can get a sense of whether the job is right for them in the long term.

Below, we’ve listed a few of the most common aspects of a job that Contract to hire candidates can evaluate before renewing their contract:

  • Work-Life Balance: How well the job allows you to balance your home life commitments, hobbies, and health with your employment.
  • Professional Demands: How punctual and precise you have to be while on the job.
  • Sociability: Whether the job allows you to socialize with others while working.
  • Job Turnover: How other employees value their job and whether workers are regularly being replaced with new ones.

C2C Staffing

C2C Staffing is a faith-based staffing agency created to provide companies with reliable and proficient employees in the construction and light industrial sectors. We believe in serving and exceeding our client’s expectations as well as creating meaningful and rewarding employment, which enables an individual to realize their full potential in life. We believe in investing in our workforce; our goal is to develop quality and dependable personnel that you can trust to get the job done!

C2C Staffing exists to serve and sustain the best quality personnel in the temporary staffing industry by listening to clients’ needs and creating rewarding employment opportunities for individuals who have a great desire to succeed.

Direct hire Staffing

When you’re working with a staffing agency, they can help you recruit and eventually hire a candidate whom you consider to be a good fit for your company, and whom you wish to make a full-time employee. In the case of direct hires, the staffing agency would handle all the hiring details, which would leave your company personnel free to focus on more important business issues.

It will also greatly benefit your company to work with a staffing agency on direct hires because they will typically have a more extensive database of good candidates so you will have access to a higher quality of potential employees. When working with a staffing agency on direct hires, a great many of the responsibilities normally associated with the process fall to the agency itself.

This includes evaluating job requirements and preparing a job description that fully encapsulates the duties and responsibilities of the specific position which has opened up in your company. The staffing agency will also seek out qualified candidates through a number of different methods, including advertising, job postings, and direct recruitment of candidates both passive and active.

You can also expect that the staffing agency will conduct interviews, skill testing, and phone screens, all of which will help to coordinate the hiring process and move things along toward finding good matches. Another part of this process will be conducting background checks and contacting references, so as to determine the actual character of a potential hire.

In some cases, the staffing agency will also carry out drug testing and any skills testing which might be necessary to fulfill the position that is open with your company.

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