When considering candidates for your open positions, it’s easy to compare apple to apples. When it comes down to how they look on paper, pulling out the candidates who are lacking necessary skills helps hone down the pool. However, how do you choose when your candidates are equally skilled and are possessing the talent requirements to fulfill your need?
Are you currently looking to fill a new or open position? Let’s be honest it’s one of the hardest things an employer can deal with in business. Losing a valued staff person can be devastating to a business. The loss often comes at an unexpected time, and may happen with little or no notice. This can cause staffing upheaval as other employees rush to serve as a temporary fill-in for the person lost. This creates a burden on the remaining staff members and can quickly lead to a reduction in productivity, a drop in work quality, and an increase in mistakes made.
Are you starting out in the job market? Maybe, you’re looking to make a career change? Perhaps life struck you with a bolt of unfortunate circumstances and you lost your job during those times? Whatever the case is temporary jobs are becoming a more permanent fixture in today’s society. For Americans who can’t find jobs, the booming demand for temp workers has been a path out of unemployment. A path both good for the employer and for the employee.