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  • The best collection of hiring advice to help you get the most from your temporary and direct hire employees.
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    Staffing for Profit

    Managing staffing is not just about cutting costs. It's about effectively matching your staffing resources to the challenges and opportunities your business faces. Here are a few ideas to get you started on the path to staffing for profit...

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    5 Overlooked Ways To Hire Winners

    It is crucial for a manager to spot potential trouble lurking within an applicant--and also uncover skills and talents that will prove beneficial on-the-job. Here are five superb methods you can use immediately to help you hire high-achievers--and stay away from underachievers.

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    A Contingent Workforce Strategy as an Effective Part of Workforce Planning

    In a constantly changing world, successful organizations must become more flexible. Just as the human body can react and “shift resources” when an infection strikes, successful organizations must also develop contingency plans that allow them to shift their resources rapidly.

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    Best Practices for Using Temporary Employees

    While using temporary employees is clearly a smart decision, how you use them can be an equally important consideration. To get the best results, and minimize co-employment concerns, follow these 10 best practices.

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    Contract or Direct:
    What's the best way to get work done?

    "Contract or Direct" tells the story of Keith and Mike, a couple of Technical Hiring Managers in need of some extra talent for a big contract they just won. Their case illustrates the value and convenience of contract staffing services and shares some of the situations in which contract hiring is the smartest option.

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