When you’re a recruiter, you come across clients who want all types of workers. Instead of an employee, a client might want to hire a contingent worker. Contingent labor is also known as an alternative work arrangement. According to one…Read More »
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In this shaky economy and ever-changing employment landscape, sometimes traditional recruiting strategies just don’t suffice. Increasingly, recruiters are being viewed as strategic partners who are expected to provide solutions to staffing problems, not simply fill job orders. Are you in the…Read More »
Ensuring a candidate is a good fit is the most important part of making a successful placement. Not doing so can lead to disgruntled clients and their employees and customers. In more serious cases, it can even lead to negligent…Read More »
When you’re a recruiter who offers contract staffing services, you are the employer of record. You are in charge of financial, legal, and administrative details for the contract workers. Part of your responsibility is correctly classifying the workers, and withholding…Read More »
Everybody loves trends. That’s because everybody likes to know what’s happening. (Or they like to think that they know, at the very least.) Recruiters are no exception. And there is one trend of which they should absolutely be aware: More…Read More »