Hiring Temporary Workers in Utah gives you; Immediate Availability No Wasted Hours, Effective Trial Periods, and Specialized Skill sets.
By: Erik Anderson, All Trades Staffing Services, LLC
Some projects require a person with experience that you just don’t have in-house. Hiring temporary workers in Utah with experience often needs less ramp-up time then a permanent hire, which allows you and your team to get those projects that needed to be done yesterday, done today.
All Trades has already done the work of finding and getting your staff. All you have to do is pick up the phone and give us a call. If you’re only looking for help for a certain amount of hours, or a few weeks at a time, temporary employees are an excellent choice. Instead of paying full-time wages, you can hire someone for exactly the time period and tasks you need.
Would your Business Benefit from Hiring Temporary Workers?
Hiring is a tricky time consuming process. No matter how rigorous you are in your hiring process, you cannot assess how a new hire will perform. A temp-to-hire gives an opportunity to see how new workers fit into the environment.
Give HR a break!
Human resources wear enough hats without having to worry about hiring and firing. Staffing firms reduce the burden on your HR department by reducing the time spent recruiting, hiring and letting go of new employees. Thus reducing stress on HR department and making them happier to come to work.
Also no more cutting weekly/monthly checks to multiple workers, one invoice per week can cover all your temporary employees.
“US companies increasingly turning to temporary workers to fill positions”
The number of temporary employees has jumped more than 50 percent since the recession ended four years ago to nearly 2.7 million — the most on government records dating to 1990. In no other sector has hiring come close. Driving the trend is lingering uncertainty about the economy and employers’ desire for more flexibility in matching their payrolls to their revenue. Some employers have also sought to sidestep the new health care law’s rule that they provide medical coverage for permanent workers. Last week, though, the Obama administration delayed that provision of the law for a year. The use of temps has extended into sectors that seldom used them in the past — professional services, for example, which include lawyers, doctors and information technology specialists.
Published July 08, 2013 Associated Press