Helping you respond to change: The evolving nature of staffing
In the mid-1990's, researchers at MIT's Sloan School of Management theorized that by 2015, large corporations would no longer necessarily be large employers, and that nearly every task would be "performed by autonomous teams of one to 10 people, set up as independent contractors or small firms, linked by networks, coming together in temporary combinations for various projects, and dissolving once the work is done."
This prediction isn't so far off the mark. During the last 6 months of 2009, even while the overall economy continued to decline, 117,000 temporary positions were added. With the economy still "in recovery," taking on new permanent employees represents an unnecessary risk to your organization. Temporary workers are almost always an overall bargain; they are a line-item expense instead of general organizational overhead. Specialized skills can be brought in for specific projects then released as needed. Leveraging temporary staff avoids the layoffs that destroy employee morale for all employees, even those who retain their positions.
In short, temporary staffing allows you to avoid these pitfalls while providing the flexibility to be competitive in a changing marketplace.
Z-Tech Staffing will respond to your company's evolving staffing needs by providing technical Consultants for a specific project, temporary staffing for short-term needs, project development and technical recruitment services.