The use of temporary help services is forging new records, as it grew to nearly 2.8 million in January, 2014 from 2.6 million in January, 2013. Temporary employment growth is strongest in in healthcare, business professionals and support staff, and engineering and manufacturing. Among the factors driving this growth are inflation, total employment, higher numbers of high-paying skill-based jobs and the adoption of temporary workers by more industries. According to a survey by CareerBuilder, 42% of companies are planning to hire temporary workers in 2014. The use of contingent workers is trending is upward, and it is time employers set strategies in place for the induction of contingent workers; be they SOW-based labor, traditional agency contractors, or independent contractors.
Strategies and Best Practices:
Days when temporary employees went unrecognized and unappreciated at the workplace are over. According to a recent industry survey, staffing companies are getting high approval rates from their workers for the training programs they offer, their responsiveness and their trustworthiness.
Real talent is never easy to come by, and companies have to constantly innovate upon their strategies to make sure that they stay ahead of the competition in attracting the human capital they require. To do so, their approach has to be comprehensive, with a clear insight into the market trends and a proactive approach, which embraces developments and overcomes challenges.
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