How Does A Staffing Agencies Save You Money
Turnover costs can be a huge financial burden to companies. For employees making under $50,000 per year, a company can easily invest 20 percent of this salary to recruit and train a new employee. Why is this number so expensive? How can you reduce the amount of money you are spending to find a new employee? Our team at All Trades in Salt Lake or Ogden is here to help!
Does It Cost More Money?
Have you talked about using a staffing agency? There is probably someone within your company saying a staffing agency costs more than looking for an employee on your own, well they are wrong. Here is what we have found; there are several hidden costs of hiring. We can actually save you money as we pre-screen everyone to make sure they fit the standards of your company and that they have the required skills needed for the job description.
Finding the Right Employee
Think about how much time you spend creating job descriptions, paying for job board listings, reviewing resumes, and meeting with applicants. It not only costs your company money, it can cost you a lot of time you could use to work on other things. You need to find the right employee, and this exhaustive search can take weeks or months. Hiring the right employee can be an easy process if you turn it over to All Trades. We will help you avoid the common hiring mistakes people make by delivering top quality talent for you to work with.
The hiring process is expensive as you end up dealing with background checks and other verification procedures. Our staffing firm handles all the costs associated with temporary employees, and you can contact us for a new temp employee if you have a problem with the one we originally sent.
Your employees are one of the most assets your company has. Investing money into employees that are qualified to do the jobs will reduce the stress burden related to the hiring process. Contact All Trades today to learn more about our temporary staffing solutions. You can reach All Trades at (801)313-1234 in Salt Lake or (801)399-1234 in Ogden.