Contingency Recruiting

[kənˈtɪndʒənsi | rɪˈkruːt]

Contingency Recruiting recruitment sees a third-party recruiter work on behalf of a company or individual applicants seeking work. Their fee is contingent, or reliant, on successfully placing candidates in roles. Their services are normally engaged for temporary workforces. This type of recruitment is becoming a more popular way of recruiting.

Contingency Recruiting, is a great way for employers to achieve their goals with the right workforce. Most contingent employees are experienced and with a certain level of expertise; employers also benefit from contingent recruitment by not having to cover employee costs as they would in the traditional way of recruiting.

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A type of recruiting that is becoming popular is contingency recruiting.
Contingency Recruiting