Tag: contractor care

Contractor Care and Contractor Support

Aligning Contractor Support and Contractor Care

Looking at the words “care” and “support,” one might think they are the same. In actuality, they are two sides of the same coin—the contractor coin. By definition, “care” means “to look after and provide for the needs of” contractors, while “support” means “to give assistance to, enable to function or act.” Unfortunately, caring for …

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Supercharge Your Referrals With Contractor Care

There’s no question that the heartbeat of your organization is your team of contractors; they are the ones that meet the clients every day. Taking care of your contractors, then, is critical to the health of your business. But did you know your contractors are also the center of potential referrals? If your contractors are …

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Why Contractor Care Should Be a Board Priority

Your contractors are the lifeblood of your business, so taking care of them should be the #1 priority for every level of your company. The top performing staffing companies in the US now have dedicated staff and operations team to support and be the voice of their contractor workforce. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for …

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4 Questions Guaranteed to Transform Your Candidate Experience

Why Is Candidate Experience So Important? We hope you’re already asking yourself that question, but if you aren’t, we’ll tell you why you should be. Consider this example: Your company has 20 open positions to fill. For each of those positions, you may receive 50 applications, totalling 1,000 applications you must review and 900 rejections …

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The True Cost of a Bad Reputation

And how investing in a good consultant experience will save your staffing firm in the long term Creating and paying for a robust consultant care program can be expensive, but not having one can cost a company millions. According to research completed by LinkedIn, “the cost of a bad reputation for a company with 10,000 …

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Why Temporary Workers Quit Assignments (And What You Can Do About It)

Staffing Industry Analysts recently reported in its Temporary Worker Survey 2017 that about 31 percent of temporary workers quit an assignment early. What’s more, we’ve found that up to 10 percent of consultants leave an assignment before they even start! SIA’s survey found that 25 percent of temporary associates who left early did so because …

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