No. There are no charges to our applicants, full-time or temporary employees.
To attract the most qualified employees, Strategic Staffing offers highly competitive wages and benefits. Strategic Staffing offers holiday pay for long term temporary employees, a retirement savings plan, and longevity bonuses.
Strategic Staffing offers a wide range of employment-related services and solutions, including temporary and contract staffing, recruiting and full time placement, and training. We do personal, one-on-one interviews to gain an in-depth understanding of your goals and objectives.
Positions range from entry level to upper level management and are available in virtually all occupations:
Accounting • Administrative • Customer Service • Data Entry • Medical • General Office Reception • Human Resources • Graphic Art / Design • Web Design • Legal • Marketing • Management • Software Programming • Sales • Technical • Engineering • Light Industrial • Warehouse • Assembly
While specific jobs may last from a few hours to several years, the best estimates for the average tenure of temporary and contract employees range from three to four months.
If you are a temporary employee, and the company wants to hire you, we will arrange for your hire with our client. We will first consult with you to ensure you are interested in the position. If you are, we will communicate the status with you each step of the way until you are hired onto their payroll.
Strategic Staffing policy is to work as a temporary employee for 600 hours. However, this is at the discretion of the employer. Some clients choose to bring employees onto their payroll sooner while others choose to keep employees temporary for a longer period of time. The time frames will be discussed with you prior to you accepting a position or during your employment with Strategic Staffing.
There are about 6,000 firms that have been in business a year or more. Those companies operate approximately 20,000 offices. ASA member companies operate more than 15,000 offices across the nation and account for more than 85% of U.S. industry sales.
The staffing industry generated approximately $87 billion in sales in 2006: $72 billion from temporary and contract staffing and $15 billion in search and permanent placement services.
America’s work force is changing as more and more people are looking for the flexibility that contingent and temporary work provides. Companies are tapping into the flexible labor market to keep fully staffed during busy times after a recent lay off, projects, seasonal work, and overall increases in business.