Make Remote Hiring Easier With an EOR

There have always been complexities in hiring. Ever-changing federal, state, and local regulations have kept HR teams on their toes for years. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a new layer of complexity centering on our remote workforce. With 42% of the labor force now remote, the state boundaries that once confined us are gone. Remote work […]

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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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FoxHire releases new Time and Attendance Software Enabling seamless user experience for candidates and clients

FoxHire today announced the release of their proprietary time and attendance software, which will be added to their current FoxHire Contractor Portal for contract and temporary workers. FoxHire’s Contractor Portal allows contractors to access critical employment information like their W2 and pay stub information, in addition to streamlining the on-boarding process. Adding the time and […]

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What is Contingent Workforce Management?

Business owners worldwide use contingent workforce management, especially when their staff lacks a specific skill set. Contract staffing as a trend has been on the rise for the past several years, with high-profile companies like Google leading the way. It’s a simple business strategy to hire workers on a contract basis. This approach allows companies […]

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What is the Average Cost of a Workers Comp Claim?

Incidents can happen in any business, no matter how careful they are. In the United States, over 500 work injuries occur per hour. If you own a business, it’s vital to have proper protection with workers’ compensation. But even with that security, many business owners are still wondering what is workers’ comp and how to […]

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