Every staffing leader knows that contractor care is crucial for key metrics like recruiting, retention and redeployment but, regardless of firm size, one inconvenient truth always gets in the way: scaling contractor care isn’t easy. In this article, the first in a three-part series, we will explore the reasons why contractor care is difficult to scale, and highlight solutions that the top staffing firms we work with have used to deliver exceptional contractor care at every step of the growth cycle.
Is it possible to reduce contractor churn and deliver great contractor care without overburdening your staff and budget? We think it is.
There’s no question—taking care of your contractors is good for business. Here are three reasons why contractor success leads to agency success.
Design your staffing firm's contractor care program so that contractors are supported and cared for without over-taxing your contractor care team.
Contractor churn is a part of managing a staffing firm. Luckily, there are ways to improve redeployment and reduce attrition -- check it out.
A well-designed contractor care program can benefit your business in many ways. One of those: contractor referrals. Happy contractors refer their friends.
Your contractor care manager sets the tone and improves your contractor care program. Look for these 6 traits to hire the right contractor care manager.
57% of recruiters say that their top challenge is the competition for great talent. When it comes to contractor care, every recruiter and account manager knows that a good experience can make the difference between hiring great talent and scraping the bottom of the barrel. Most CEOs and other executives are motivated by revenue, growth, …
Using data and research, LinkedIn found that contractors want better and more personalized communication. A great contractor care program can help.
Contractors are essential to staffing firms. So why isn't contractor care a focus for staffing firms? We have tips for creating a contractor care program.