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A contingent worker is someone who works for an organization on a non-permanent basis, also known as a temporary employee. A contingent worker can be a substantial asset for a company. However, they are the most difficult to keep engaged due to the lack of permanency their position holds.
It is common for hiring managers to overlook applicants who seem "overqualified". Overqualified candidates are viewed as a risk, or a candidate that will not become a long term employee. Although hiring is a risky task in itself, overqualified candidates should not be ignored.
The temporary workforce is growing rapidly and can be a great resource for any business. A temporary employee is seen as an extension of your business, so it is important that they are managed properly to stay legally compliant and work within a business’s long term goals.
Imagine only doing things you were not so great at in life. Imagine never focusing on what you are naturally good at. What would that result be? A well-rounded individual who is just mediocre at everything they do. You cannot and should not try to be equally good at everything you do.
The human resources department could be the busiest group in a company. They are responsible for a number of different tasks including overseeing employee payroll and benefits, managing legal compliance, maintaining files and records for the company, hiring new employments and developing the new employees.
Hiring a temporary employee can present challenges as it is an adjustment for everyone. It is important that the temp feels welcomed and included on the team. However, some employees may feel uncomfortable or even threatened by a newcomer.
Did you know that public companies in the top quartile for gender diversity are more likely to have financial returns above national medians? Gender diversity creates opportunity for a variety of skills including recruitment, viewpoints, decision making and customer relationships.
The times have changed and so have the way we need to approach an employee evaluation. There has been a lot of research around this topic and many differing opinions. This article is going to discuss the reasons why performance ratings are no longer working, and what you can do instead.