Staffing agencies bring together employers and employees when they are not able to connect on their own.
July 10, 2011 by George Sayn-Wittgenstein
Should you work with a Staffing agency? This is a question both employees and employers often ask. The National Post recently wrote about how staffing agencies create opportunities.
Employees want to find the best work possible. Unexpected job losses, career changes, or a search for better opportunities are some of the reasons why individuals start a new job search. The prospect of looking for a new job can be overwhelming. Getting advice and guidance from a professional recruiter is helpful when looking for work.
Employers need to create a skilled workforce. The effort involved in staffing a workplace is often time consuming and costly. The work involved in finding new employees interferes with daily business operations. Staffing agencies provide a business service that offloads recruitment efforts from business managers.
Employees and employers should definitely work with an established, professional staffing agency when they need assistance with employment and staffing services. Employees benefit from career counselling services and businesses benefit from the staffing management services from employment agencies. Staffing agencies bring together employers and employees when they are not able to connect on their own.
George Sayn-Wittgenstein has been “Placing People First” at Labour Source in Toronto, Ontario since 1996. The content of this blog reflects George’s personal and professional insights of this ever changing world.
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