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Working through human resources service providers is an internationally recognized form of employment that offers significant benefits to all involved parties, as it strengthens business and empowers employment.  Businesses, adapting to the alternating economic conditions in our country and in their effort to serve their growing needs, are looking for alternative forms of work in order to find the right person for their business quickly and effectively. Personnel selectors effectively meet the challenges of finding suitable executives for their clients through their experience and job market mapping. Suitable candidates are found by methodical means through various sources, which allows companies to create a very large base of professional profiles of people, different specialties and different levels of positions and experience. This brings significant benefits to companies, since by outsourcing this process to an external partner, they are given the opportunity to reduce the time they would have spent on time-consuming processes (finding, evaluation, payroll, etc.) and to invest in more productive and important issues concerning their staff and the rest of their internal procedures.

Why should a company choose to cooperate with a Human Resources company?

  1. Provides flexibility. Many businesses face periods of low or high workload or are forced to adjust to an unstable economy. Temporary employment enables the company to customize the number of its workforce according to its needs, without wasting any of its time or putting a burden on the morale of the employees.
  2. Saves time and effort. The human resources company undertakes the entire process of finding and evaluating staff, sending a list of top candidates for the job. It is also responsible for monitoring and meeting all the obligations of the applicable law.
  3. Human resources needs that are not permanent are covered. Businesses are faced with emergencies that need to be met immediately and for a specific period of time. Emergencies arise due to seasonality, from maternity leaves, summer leaves, long-term sick leaves, sudden departures, etc.
  4. Offers access to specialized staff. If a new project or product requires skills outside the area of expertise of a company team, a temporary employee can offer specialized knowledge and at the same time train the rest of the team.
  5. It benefits from cost reduction. Temporary employment is usually much economical than permanent employment.
  6. It enables the company to evaluate an employee without making any commitment in the long term. The company can initially hire employees for shorter periods, assessing the skills and performance of new employees before moving on to full-time employment. It can also temporarily meet its needs while at the same time looking for the ideal candidate without burdening the workflow.
  7. It can boost the morale of the existing staff. Adding short-term employees can improve the overall mood in the workplace. With extra help during the busiest periods for a business, the core team remains satisfied and productive.
  8. Experienced executives undertake the staff selection process. Using a variety of evaluation methods, they are asked to complete the staff selection process with transparency and meritocracy.