Remote Staff & Call Centers
To fill in when your company faces a crisis, look no further than temporary staffing from Ground Zero Survival. A last-minute phone call when you need to fill one or more absences is all it takes.
Temporary employees are usually used in several important ways.
First, you may use temporary staff to fill in positions during normal business fluctuations. This may happen if you run a seasonal business, obtain a new contract for a period of several months, or have a periodic large project such as inventory counting.
Second, firms use temporary staffing to fill in positions that are vacant for a longer period of time, but where the permanent employee is expected back. An example of this is maternity leave.
Third, temporary staffing is great for "testing out" new permanent employees before making the commitment to hire them. This is the "try before you buy" approach to filling open positions.
Finally, you may decide your business needs an employee with a certain skill set for a very short period of time. Hiring someone with those exact qualifications for the length of the project can cut down on the time it takes to train a new employee, without the long-term commitment to keeping someone after their skills are no longer necessary.
Whether you need to fill a position for a few days, a few months, or are looking for a new full-time permanent employee but want to try out skilled candidates on the job first, Ground Zero can maximize your staffing investments and assist you in your search for the most efficient working environment.
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