Of Interest To Employers

Finding top employees
One top employee can often produce 2 to 3 times as much as one average employee. In creative positions, like sales or engineering, one top employee can be worth millions of dollars more to their employers.
Temporary to Hire
Most employers have discovered that the best way to hire a new employee is to try them temporarily before they hire them. It is very difficult to evaluate a candidate after one or two interviews.
Using executive search
Finding top employees for technical and executive positions has become difficult in today's marketplace. After experiencing only frustration in trying to find those key people on their own, most employers have turned to excutive search companies to help them find top talent.
Employee leasing
Employee leasing uses the employment agency act as both human resources and payroll departments. You must still hire, supervise, and terminate your employees.


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