5 Benefits of Bringing in Temp Workers to Your Organization

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By Lisa Hutchinson

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5-Benefits-of-Bringing-in-Temp-Workers-to-Your-Organization.jpgEvery business is different, but one thing that all businesses share is the need to hire great talent. For many businesses, the hiring process can take up a lot of time, resources, and effort. When busy season hits and things start to speed up, trying to adequately staff your organization can cause unwanted stress in the workplace. 

Research shows that temporary staffing is on the rise, with many companies operating with smaller staffs. With the benefits of temporary workers being made clear to employers, more companies will hire contract or temporary workers to fill in the gaps where necessary. Temp workers allow for companies to explore new areas, conduct safe hiring trials, and they offer help to employers where it’s needed most. By bringing temporary workers into your business, you can also benefit from staffing agency support and temp flexibility. Here are five benefits of bringing in temp workers to your organization.

1. Explore New Areas

Perhaps you have been thinking of expanding your business into a new area. There are a number of risks that come with expansion, but hiring temporary workers can help reduce such risks and make things easy on your organization. If a potential area of expansion doesn’t come to fruition, you’re in a good place by having brought on a temporary worker. You can return to business as usual without worrying about being overstaffed.

2. Safe Trial

Bringing on an employee candidate as a temporary worker before they are offered a permanent position can help your organization avoid hiring unsuccessful talent. If you take on employees who aren’t the right fit, you can create a negative impact on your company culture as a whole, while also affecting employee morale. Bringing in temp workers to your organization reduces your risk of hiring mistakes and makes transitioning a successful candidate into a full-time position just that much easier.

3. Staffing Agency Support

One of the greatest benefits of bringing temp workers into your organization is the added agency support that comes with the staff. Temporary workers are employees of the temp staffing agency, giving you increased flexibility and a high level of accountability on behalf of the agency. The agency will comply with regulations and ensure your hiring decisions are carried out as seamlessly as possible. Staffing agencies eliminate the stresses of hiring temporary workers with their expertise and commitment to matching candidates with the right job.

4. Temp Flexibility

Your business can use temporary workers to your advantage by using them to cover unpopular shifts or pick up tasks wherever necessary. If you use a temp worker to cover a night or weekend shift, your full-time staff will be rewarded with a consistent schedule, resulting in increased productivity, improved employee morale, and a reduced employee turnover.

5. Help Where You Need It

Even the most proactive of businesses can get caught off guard. There may be times when your organization is faced with unpredicted staff shortages, or times when your staff are spreading themselves thin. With the unpredictability of life such as illness, family emergencies, and more, being understaffed can create a series of issues for your organization. Hiring temp workers can alleviate the stress of burnout season by giving you the help you need when you encounter unpredictable situations.

Temp workers alleviate many stresses that come out of the unpredictable nature of business as well as the daily operations of your organization. From unexpected scenarios to the day-to-day of your office, temp workers can reduce office stress, lift company morale, help reduce a high turnover, and eliminate extra costs that come with overtime.

Contact Liberty Staffing today for help hiring temp workers.

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Lisa Hutchinson

I started with Liberty Staffing in 2004 as the Regional Business Manager of the London office. I have over 20 years of experience in the customer service and retail sectors, as well as leadership experience including Store Management, People Development and Recruiting. In 2016, our London location moved to a larger office in order to accommodate growth of our business, which included adding a Clerical Division.

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