Contracted or Temporary to Permanent Personnel
You may have a full-time, permanent position open, but before hiring someone directly, you prefer to have a candidate work for a period of time to monitor job performance and see if this prospective full-time employee is a good fit. Our experienced team and thorough vetting process supplies a list of three to five candidates who are prepared to come on board as a contractor first, before you make a final hiring decision. You simply select a candidate and “try before you buy.” Once you’re satisfied with the contract employee’s performance, you can make that permanent offer. See why using our services makes "cents" by saving you time and money.
We'll recruit, hire, employ and implement retention policies that will keep your employees engaged at all times.
Our 5 Step recruiting and candidate assessment process assures the highest quality matches between job seeker and employer, so your organization will receive candidates who not only have the right qualifications, but who also have the appropriate personality and cultural fit for your organization. We'll also guarantee your satisfaction replacing any of our candidates or employees at no cost.
We'll take care of the payroll processing, workers compensation, Affordable Care Act compliance laws and any other additional employment related liabilities.
Our team handles all of the recruiting, screening, hiring, employing and terminations if necessary. Here is the real advantage of a contingent workforce or temporary to permanent agreement, we will handle all of the employment taxes, Medicare and Social Security, workers compensation insurance, Affordable Care Act compliance and all of our employees are backed by a $100k fidelity bond for projects that require bonded workers. Your payroll and employment related insurance requirements now become an accounts payable invoice, instead of a liability. Additionally, we don't require you to pay us weekly and most of our agreements allow you to pay net 30 calendar days from the date of invoice.
Your Time Lost to Hire One Person
Hiring costs both time and money. In fact, more than you may realize. Take a look at the time involved for you to hire just one new employee.
Post on Job Boards
Write ad copy and post to one job board: 1 hour and 30 minutes. On average, 250 resumes are received for each corporate job opening. Many job postings will receive more, especially if you post across multiple job boards.
Interview Preparation Work
This includes scheduling interviews and preparing questions for six candidates. Plan on an average time of 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Recent reports found that recruiters spend only 6 seconds reviewing each resume. That's 25 minutes for the first 250, but if you're more generous, you could spend up to 5 minutes per resume - that's over 20 hours!
Interviewing & Wrapping Up
Activities include initial interview, testing, reference checks, final interviews, contacting other applicants, and making the employment offer which can add up to 7.5 hours.
It can take up to 2 hours to prescreen eight candidates over the phone.
Total Time to Hire One Employee
This can range from a minimum of 30 hours to over 100 hours per position.
Skills & Assessment Testing
Every temporary or contract candidate we present for a position has been through a rigorous pre-screening process. In addition to the vetting of candidates we offer skill and assessment tests at no cost to our clients. Conducting these tests are essential to ensuring that the candidates chosen have both the skills and behavioral work style to match the job requirements and your company’s culture. View the Findly Assessment Brochure.
Our Satisfaction Guarantee
Whether we are providing you with one contracted employee 6 months or fifty temporaries for a long-term assignment, every NOW Hiring Heroes candidate is guaranteed to perform the duties specified by you, throughout the length of the assignment or we will replace them at no charge.