Employment Types

Headhunter

Having trouble filling a role? Do you find yourself wondering, “Is there a better way?” Maybe it’s time to hire a headhunter and watch the quality candidates come flooding in. Read on to learn about headhunters and how they can help your organization.

Direct Hire

Most of the positions in your organization may be direct hire and you might not even know it! Is that a good thing? Is that a bad thing? Read on to learn the pros and cons of direct hiring as well as some best practices to implement in your organization!

Temporary Employee

Many workplaces rely on temporary employees for gap coverage or additional labor. For those of us in HR, there are some important considerations when dealing with temporary workers. Read on to learn more.

Unions

As an HR professional, it is important to be prepared for any challenge that may present itself. One of these challenges may come in the form of working with a labor union. It’s crucial to understand the laws and practices behind unions in order to avoid lawsuits, strikes and ethical violations. This article will talk about unions, their history, HR responsibilities concerning them, and general tips on working with labor unions.

Seasonal Employment

Does your organization need seasonal help? There’s a lot to learn about navigating this type of employment, and it can be challenging. Luckily for you, we’ve done the research. This article will help you determine if it’s a good option for your team.

Hiring Millennials

We've heard a lot about Millennials in the workplace. It’s important for you to learn more about Millennials and how to adapt to their characteristics and work style. We can help.

Hiring Gen Z

They are Gen Z, Zoomers, the “digital natives.” Called by many names, their adaptability, motivation, global awareness and fresh perspective is increasingly valuable for employers but… where are they? Let’s take a look at how we can meet this generation where they are and become the workplace they’re searching for.

Intern

Do you want to be an employer of choice? Do you need helping hands to get projects off the ground? Do you want to manage labor costs? If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you may find your answers in an internship program. Read more to learn how.

Part-Time Employee

How do you know when a role should be part-time rather than full-time? You may wonder what defines a part-time employee and what advantages or downsides there are to hiring someone part-time instead of full-time. You can find these answers and more in this article.

Entry-Level Job

The term “entry-level” is seen all over the place on posted jobs. However, what entry-level means can be different for every company. Read on to understand what entry-level means and how it should be communicated to applicants.

Freelancers

Freelancer, gig-worker, independent contractor... Why are more and more businesses hiring third-party workers in addition to or in lieu of hiring full-time workers? Get a grasp on the pros and cons of your worker-status options to see if it’s in your organization’s best interest to engage freelancers.

Employment Types

Your company needs extra help and looks to you to find it. Do you need temp workers, freelancers, part-time employees, or something else? Seasonal staffing fluctuations, employee work preferences, and productivity needs are but some of the reasons companies hire different types of employees. It's up to you to know the difference and make the right choice.

Contract to Hire

There are many different kinds of hires and it is important to understand each one. In this article we will explain what a contract to hire is and their pros and cons.

Contingent Workers

Is your company struggling to find and retain talent? Do you have budget limitations that prevent you from filling all critical open positions? One alternative to fill a talent gap is to use non-traditional staffing methods. Contingent workers can help.

Employment Status

As an employer, it is important to understand the different employment statuses and what they mean for you, your company and your employees. Employment status helps set expectations between an employer and employee in regards to what is expected of them.

Apprenticeship

You’ve heard of apprenticeships, and maybe you're wondering if they can help your organization. In this article, we will discuss what an apprenticeship is, the pros and cons of offering one, and how to build an apprenticeship program.

Full-Time Employee

In some organizations, being a full-time or part-time employee is the difference between receiving benefits, getting overtime pay, or being eligible for FMLA leave. At what point does a part-time employee become full-time and vice versa?

Seasonal Employee

Whether your company is a ski resort or a retail store, certain seasons can make or break your business. In this article, you will learn about seasonal employees, why you should hire them, and how to build a great seasonal employee experience.
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