Employer FAQs

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Employer FAQs 2020-04-17T13:06:53+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions for Employers

We offer the direct hire, temp-to-perm and temporary/contract staffing options, so you can fill positions the way that works best for you. Click here for more info on our staffing options.

Candidates are thoroughly screened according to the needs of our clients. We work with you to complete a customized candidate assessment based on your specifications and set up a tailored software and office skills assessment for candidates, if required.  Please Connect With Us to discuss your needs.

Yes. Please coordinate directly with your Connect Staffing Account Manager if this is a service you would like us to provide.  We conduct 7-year criminal background checks for all contract employees but do additional checks as needed in close coordination with clients. For direct hire, we conduct a background check on behalf of the client on request but in some cases, clients prefer to conduct their own.

Connect Staffing employees on assignment will track their hours via an online timekeeping system. We coordinate with clients regarding a designated approver and provide instructions to the approver regarding set up and use.

Because we are a boutique staffing/recruiting firm, we have the expertise, dedication and flexibility to meet clients’ needs. We’re not a large firm with quotas that recruiters have to meet. We view this as a plus, so you won’t get hounded with calls, or pitched candidates or resumes that are not relevant to you. While we are smaller, we have invested in “big” technology, and our platform rivals larger competitors. Connect With Us to learn more.

Yes, in many cases, we work remotely for our clients. Please Connect With Us to learn if we’re the right resource for you.

Yes. In fact, it may be in your best interest to work with several recruiters (within reason) because it can broaden the pool of candidates from which you can choose. If you do work with multiple agencies, we caution you to hold them accountable and require them to get candidates’ express permission prior to submitting resumes to you.  This eliminates overlap so that multiple recruiters are not presenting the same resume to you, which can put you in an awkward position. If an agency isn’t willing to share a client’s name to a candidate prior to submitting their resume, you should question their approach.

We offer ancillary services designed to support clients who may not have the budget for the traditional fee-for-placement model. Connect With Us to ask about our a-la-carte menu for advertising, screening, reference checks and background checks.

If you have any further questions, please Connect With Us.