Receiving a permanent offer for employment weighs heavily on many temporary employee's minds. While the decision is largely influenced as to whether the company has money in the budget and a long-term need for another permanent employee, there are several things you can do to help increase your chances of becoming a permanent employee while on a temporary assignment.
Hiring for your small to midsize company can be extremely difficult. You have a lot to offer your employees, but can't compete with the fancy perks (and large budgets) that much larger corporations offer. According to Staffing Industry Analysis, HR Generalists and Recruiters are unhappy with the results they are receiving from their online job postings. This has led to an increase in social media recruiting. In fact, 92% of HR professionals reported they rely on social media for recruiting purposes. Successful recruiting on social media requires you to have a strong knowledge of the social media platform, such as LinkedIn and Facebook. This can be very time consuming for those who already have a heavy workload, especially if you are not savvy on social media. Midsize companies have also reported that they lack budgets for adequate job advertising, have lower budgets for competitive compensation for new employees, experience difficulty writing job descriptions, and can't afford a big enough (if any) recruiting staff to keep up with their growing needs. If you are experiencing any of these issues, McCallion may be able to help. McCallion Staffing is a temp agency in PA who specializes in helping you with your temporary, temporary-to-hire and permanent recruitment needs. We utilize many different recruitment methods and guarantee all of our placements! Learn more about us, or click here for a free consultation with one of our Account Managers.
Ever wonder what it is like to work for a temp agency? There is a lot of confusion out there as to what really goes on when you register with a temp agency. We make the process quick and painless at McCallion Staffing. To review a step-by-step guide of our registration process, please click here. Upon registering with McCallion Staffing, you become eligible for the open job positions that fit with your work history, skill set, salary requirements, commute parameters, and all of the other fine details on your job "wish list". An Account Manager or Recruiter will contact you about open positions and you have the opportunity to choose if you would like your resume to be submitted to the company. Keep in mind, many of these open positions are exclusive to McCallion Staffing and are not posted on the regular public job boards. Your Account Manager or Recruiter will then present your resume to the company, and will coordinate the interview and hiring process as needed. McCallion Staffing does NOT withhold any portion of your paycheck, or charge a fee to you, for using our hiring services. The company where you work on-site pays McCallion Staffing a fee for providing them with such a wonderful temporary employee (YOU!). Our services are 100% free for temporary employees. In addition, you will receive your paychecks from McCallion Staffing on a weekly basis. We offer health insurance, holiday pay, performance bonuses, and direct deposit. Click here to learn more about what we offer. Job seekers have had success with McCallion Staffing since 1979! Will you?
Temporary jobs come in all shapes and sizes. While a temp job is not guaranteed to be permanent (but then again, what job is?), it can bring you a wealth of experience, knowledge, and connections that will ultimately help you land the job you've been waiting for. Here are seven benefits you will receive from working with a recruiter and being a temp in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
McCallion Staffing launched it's new website last Friday, May 22nd. We are excited to reveal the new job board that job-seekers can utilize to save searches, apply to the newest openings and receive automatic e-mails notifying them when new jobs have been posted that fit their criteria. Temporary employees of McCallion Staffing can also find a form to refer a friend and give feedback about their most recent temporary assignment.
The job outlook is forecasted to change tremendously in the coming year, and in ways most would not expect. Temporary employment is on the rise.
With budgets growing tighter and project deadlines approaching faster, a cohesive, capable workforce could make all the difference in improving your bottom line.