(This is the seventh and final entry in a series of blogs that debunks the perceived fears associated with contracting. It includes a quote from a direct-hire recruiter who has successfully added contract staffing to their business model.)
As you can see, there’s not that much to be scared of when it comes to contract staffing. In fact, many recruiters have found contracting to be extremely beneficial to their business. For some of those recruiters, they’ve also found that one of the best ways in which to remove the fear factor is to enlist the services of a contract staffing service provider to handle all of the “scary” back-office details. While we say that in jest, details like state and federal taxes and employment laws, workers’ compensation coverage, I-9s for employment eligibility, and benefit administration all have some scary issues tied to them when you’re dealing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Department of Labor (DOL), Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), etc.
FoxHire has been the recruiter’s back-office solution since 1992. During that time, we’ve helped countless recruiters add contract staffing to their business model. We handle all of the scary details associated with making contract placements, so that recruiters can continue focusing on the front-office, making placements and closing deals. Our goal is to help recruiters make contract placements and reap all of the benefits that contract staffing offers… and we’d like to do the same for you.
“Contracting is not complicated, especially when you use the services of FoxHire. And it’s definitely worth the effort of adding this service (contracting) to what we provide for our clients.”
Cindy Stephens, CPC/CTS of Stephens International Recruiting, Inc.