Most Healthcare organizations these days rely on specialists such as
Making Careers to fill their temporary staffing needs. They recognize that using agency personnel can create savings in both time and money. In-house per-diem pools are difficult to create and maintain, and usually require a sophisticated human resources and recruiting process within the facility. This is particularly true
for temporary staff in specialized positions. In most cases it makes sense for a Healthcare facility to concentrate on what it does best, providing healthcare services, and to rely on a recruitment partner to solve the problem of maintaining staff levels.
An established pool of temps is a great place to find your next permanent employee - for good reason. Not only does using a temp allow your company to "try before you buy," but it also allows candidates to see if they like your environment and their job responsibilities before they sign on full-time.
The combination can be unbeatable.
Most candidates will work harder for you if they know their work could lead to a full-time position.
Making Careers has very competitive fees for temp to hire. The benefits of this hiring process usually outweigh the cost, however, because you know you're getting an employee you like and who is a good fit for your organization and the position you are filling.
In today's environment, magnetizing good quality professionals to your
organization can be a costly, time consuming and frustrating
process. Advertising costs have increased tremendously year after year, and it is known that responders to advertisements are not always the best candidates.
By engaging the services of Making Careers, you offset the costs in advertising dollars and time against the recruitment fees, and increase the quality of candidates beyond expectations.
Making Careers is devoted to isolating the top candidates in Case
Management and presenting them to you in a totally professional manner. This is how we have become one of the premier healthcare employment agencies in California today.