All companies experience different staffing needs from time to time, especially as the seasons change. Depending on your business or industry, you may need to adjust your staffing levels throughout the year and add more workers to your team.
As you explore your staffing options, here are some of the benefits of working with a staffing agency to meet your seasonal workforce needs.
As the seasons quickly change, staffing needs can often arise suddenly – leaving your internal team with little time to prepare. By using a staffing agency, you can significantly reduce time and money associated with hiring seasonal workers. This is because a staffing partner will handle all the tasks associated with hiring seasonal talent, including developing effective job descriptions; facilitating a comprehensive onboarding program; and conducting regular employee performance reviews. Having a staffing agency take on these responsibilities will allow you to recruit workers without having to use valuable time and resources for the hiring process.
While it may seem easy to find seasonal workers on the surface, it’s not as easy to find qualified staff. Having a staffing partnership gives you access to a pool of talented candidates, relieving your team from having to find candidates through traditional methods, such as job boards and career fairs. Developing an active pipeline of qualified temps through your staffing partner can be one of the most impactful ways to build your seasonal workforce without having to constantly start from scratch.
Before investing in seasonal workers, it’s important to carefully vet candidates not only for their skills, but their professionalism and reliability. A staffing agency will be committed to finding only the best seasonal workers for your team, so you don’t have employees quitting quickly during one of your busiest times of year.
Recruiting the right talent the first time around will save your company the hassle of having to hire new people at the last minute, helping you retain your workers for the duration of the season. Contact our team at Durham Works today and find out how we can help you prepare for upcoming seasonal hires.