The Rise in Remote Work is Changing Higher Education

Over the past 18 months, remote work has been forced on the global workforce. If you work in an office, and you can do your job from home, then you are most likely now working from your house. This new style of working presents challenges to HR leaders in almost every industry. Forbes even thinks […]

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6 Ways to Start Offering Contract Staffing

Over the last 2 years the hiring and recruiting market has changed drastically. The COVID-19 pandemic and the rise in remote work has enabled employees to work anywhere, for anyone, at any time. Gone are the days of physical office locations, and 40 year careers at one company. Employees today desire flexibility, work life balance, […]

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Employees Moving out of State? Keep them onboard with an Employer of Record.

Imagine one of your top employees pulls you aside and has news for you. They let you know that they are going to have to move out of state, and they are they want to work remote. They ask you if they can keep their role with the company, but you are unsure. So many […]

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FoxHire is now Integrated with Bullhorn ATS as a Bullhorn Developer Partner

Guess what Bullhorn users!  FoxHire’s Employer of Record software now fully integrates with Bullhorn’s applicant tracking system (ATS) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. This integration will now allow Bullhorn users to on-board contract workers to FoxHire without ever having to leave Bullhorn.  This integration comes after a long list of software improvements that were made over the last […]

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FoxHire Named as Vendor in SIA Contractor Payroll and IC Evaluation and Compliance Landscape 2020 Report

Canton, OH: On July 22, 2020, Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) named FoxHire in their most recent publishing of their Contractor Payroll and IC Evaluation and Compliance Landscape for 2020. The research report recognizes top vendors offering Contractor Payrolling (Employer of Record) and ICEC services globally. FoxHire was included along with 10 other vendors of similar […]

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3 Things to Watch Out for in Contract Staffing Agreements

It’s no mystery why recruiters and businesses use contract staffing firms to find and manage contract or temporary workers. There are many benefits to using these firms, especially if businesses don’t have an HR or legal team. But as in any field, recruiters and firms must pay close attention to the fine print in contract […]

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How Long Should Onboarding a New Employee Take?

The employee onboarding process can feel overwhelming, especially when it takes time away from your business’s critical tasks. Hiring new employees is a job in and of itself, which is why many companies leave it to the Human Resources (HR) department. But if your recruiting firm doesn’t have HR staff, or you can’t commit the […]

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Employment Risk as a Contract Staffing Firm

Contract staffing firms that handle the recruitment of temporary workers have many responsibilities. One of the essential duties of a staffing firm is managing employment risk and the variety of legal paperwork that comes with it. These services can help alleviate a lot of time and resources that their end clients may not have. However, […]

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What to Say When your Client is on the Fence about Hiring a Candidate

When a business grows or its needs shift, executives start the process of recruitment. Because it can be time-consuming and expensive, many companies put a lot of pressure on finding the right applicants. As a recruiter, what do you do when a client is nervous about hiring a candidate? The best solution for them may […]

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Should Recruiters Share Bill Rate or Pay Rate Information?

Recruiters for contract staffing firms, or those who work independently, find a lot of satisfaction. As problem-solvers, they help businesses and companies realize staffing needs and solutions for temporary workers. However, there is a lot of uncertainty about whether or not recruiters should share financial information, particularly their bill rate and pay rate. Bill rates […]

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