Temporary employment is an ideal solution for unpredictable workloads, project work, seasonal peaks, and other limited-term needs, such as a leave of absence. These often are used by customers in need of skilled jobseekers for long-term work, but are leery of bringing new hires onto their own payroll, often due to the fact that the employer is unsure of future needs. Will the work still be there for the person to do six months from now? Or will business droop, meaning the employer may have to let someone go.

Hiring employees is costly, as you know, and our customers understandably fear to hire someone just to have to let him/her go a few months down the road. Bringing in someone for a long-term assignment (two months to a year) can help you get the work you need done before you make the huge commitment of hiring someone on to your payroll. If it turns out you find the temporary employee to be an excellent member of your team, you can hire him/her at any time.