Temp Recruitment Agency Debunks Temporary Staffing Myths

There are many misconceptions about temporary staffing services, so many that many companies are hesitant about using these services when it comes to filling employment gaps. Many people believe that short-term workers are unskilled, unmotivated, and accept low pay. This couldn’t be further from the truth.  

 

At Nova Staffing, we specialize in temporary staffing solutions, and our hiring experts are here to debunk some of the most common myths about temp employment.

 

Myth 1: Temp Workers are Unskilled

The idea that temporary workers lack the skills to fill a permanent position is just so false. Companies that work with reputable temp staffing agencies like Nova Staffing will only provide our clients workers that have all the necessary skills and training to fulfill whatever position they’re looking for.

 

Most temps have extensive work experience, impressive educational background, and highly sought-after skills. They could easily find permanent employment but prefer to flexibility and short-term work that temporary employment brings.  

 

Myth 2: Temp Workers Aren’t Suitable for Permanent Positions

The concept that temporary workers are suitable for permanent positions and that you’re getting stuck with someone’s leftovers or undesirables is just untrue. There are a lot of reasons why people may choose to pursue temp work, such as:

  • They like the variety temporary work provides
  • They enjoy the flexibility
  • They are in the process of continuing their education
  • They have family responsibilities
  • They are transitioning into retirement
  • They are new to the area

 

Temporary work just fits into some people’s lifestyles better. For others, temp employment is also just a stepping stone, which brings us to our next myth.

 

Myth 3: Temp Workers Always Stay that Way

At Nova Staffing, we have a number of companies that use temporary staffing solutions to figure out whether or not a candidate is a good fit before hiring them full-time. This is called temp-to-hire, which allows companies to test out workers before offering them permanent positions.

 

In fact, many of our temp workers get offered full-time, permanent positions after their temp contracts are done. It can be hard to gauge whether they’ll be a good fit beyond past employment and skillset when hiring new workers. Temp staffing solutions can help with this issue, giving you a chance to test employment without any commitment.

 

Myth 4: Temp Work is Low Paying

It’s not just employers that buy into myths about temporary employment. Many workers are hesitant to accept temp work because they think it means taking lower pay. While temporary employees don’t get the same benefits as permanent workers, they do tend to get paid good salaries. This is especially true if the temp worker has a sought-after skillset. Many companies are willing to pay a higher salary since they don’t have the additional financial burden of PTO, vacation days, and benefits.

 

Is your company looking for temporary staffing solutions? Contact Nova Staffing today! We’re one of the top temp employment agencies in the GTA and can help your company with all of its recruiting needs.

 

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