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Contract Staffing (Definition)

Contractual staffing is a remuneration based pay scale means per day or limited pay area of income. Under this system of staffing, person has to opt for their work according to your skills and payout. These systems have allowed you to meets new generation person and also an opportunity to show your skills with their best experiences. Basically, contractual staffing stands for a short time period on the basis of written agreement between two or more persons after completing your job its automatically end over Job period – 3 to 12 Months, it may extend

Temp Staffing (Definition)

An employment situation where an employee is expected to remain in a position only for a certain period of time. Temporary employees may have the opportunity to achieve permanent employment status after the time period has lapsed, Temporary workers may also be referred to as seasonal employees or temps. Employment term may be based on the completion of a project, the availability of funding, or other circumstances. Job length 1 week to 3 months , but may extend .

Contract / Temp Staffing

Temporary Staffing is the process of finding &retaining workers for other companies. in need of short-term workers, contract with the temporary work agency to send temporary workers, or temps, on assignments to work at the other companies. Contract Staffing is the process where A contract employee is hired for a specific job at a specific rate of pay. An employee works under contract for an employer

Contract / Temp-to- Hire Staffing

A temp-to-hire position is one in which an individual is hired for a temporary period (often about 3 - 6 months). At the end of this period, the employee is eligible for a full-time position. However, the employer can choose to dismiss the employee rather than offering her a full-time job.

Executive Search

Executive search is a specialized recruitment service which organizations pay to seek out and recruit highly qualified candidates for senior-level and executive jobs across the public and private sectors, as well as not-for-profit organizations. Headhunters may also seek out and recruit other highly specialized and/or skilled positions in organizations for which there is strong competition in the job market for the top talent, such as senior data analysts or computer programmers. The method usually involves commissioning a third-party organization, typically an executive search firm, but possibly a standalone consultant or consulting firm, to research the availability of suitable qualified candidates working for competitors or related businesses or organizations. Having identified a shortlist of qualified candidates who match the client's requirements, the executive search firm may act as an intermediary to contact the individual(s) and see if they might be interested in moving to a new employer. The executive search firm may also carry out initial screening of the candidate, negotiations on remuneration and benefits, and preparing the employment contract. In some markets there has been a move towards using executive search for lower positions driven by the fact that there are less candidates for some positions even on lower levels than executive.