Seven Tips for Selecting the Right Staffing Firm

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Pay Rate and Benefits

Ask about the company’s pay rate and benefits packages. Typically, the staffing company will determine the placed employee’s wage and benefits. Make sure they provide reasonable compensation and benefit packages that will attract top talent.

Working with a staffing vendor to hire technical support for short- or long-term projects is often a smart decision for business leaders who don’t want to put a strain on their internal staff. However, selecting a staffing firm to take on a project is a major decision – and many executives may become overwhelmed and simply select the cheapest option or one that was recommended by a friend.

In order to maximize the value of contingent IT workers, companies must ensure they have the right technical skill sets, experience and cultural fit to be successful. With this in mind, AgreeYa Solutions — a leading global provider of software, solutions and services, also specializing in providing staffing services in the areas of information technology and risk and compliance — has released seven tips that employers should consider when selecting a staffing firm.


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