3 Reasons You Should Work with a Staffing Agency

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Great news – your company is hiring! Now what? Depending on your business’ needs and the size of your current team, it might be worth it to consider working with a staffing agency, particularly one that specializes in the talent you are looking to find. Here are 3 reasons why:

  1. You’ll save time. Hiring can take a lot of time – learning job specifications, sourcing candidates, posting a job ad (and waiting for a response), reviewing resumes, sending emails, making phone calls, screening candidates and more – it all adds up! And hiring managers may not always have the bandwidth to do so. But it’s the function of a staffing agency to do the leg work that a hiring manager may not have in their already-hectic schedules. While everything takes time, in this case it is time that recruiters and account managers are accustomed to spending, and they will work to find companies will more candidates who are qualified for their positions in comparatively less time.

  2. You’ll save on resources. One major benefit of working with an agency is their network of candidates. Recruiters actively build relationships and have worked with top talent that may not typically apply through a job ad. That said, from putting up job ads to sending an email, and getting on the phone, you can pretty much guarantee that recruiters have the motivation and know-how to zero in on the right person for the job.

  3. You’ll likely experience a reduction in stress. When it comes to finding talent, recruiters make it their business to be specialists in the field. And when it comes to technology-specific roles, partnering with an agency that is fully dedicated to the industry can remove a good portion of stress from the equation.

Since 1984, Technical Connections’ team of expert account managers and recruiters have helped companies across Southern California grow their teams and achieve success multiple projects, implementations, and industries. Contact us today to learn more.

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