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How Employment Agencies Work

There’s never an easy way of finding a good job or workers. Being an employer or a job hunter can be quite hard. When it comes to hiring people, going through each applicant’s credentials can take a lot of your time and resources. On the other side of the coin, the applicant also feels uneasy as to when he/she can hear from the employer again.

Availing of an employment agency’s services can lift the stress and trouble you feel, whether you are an employer or a job hunter. Employment agencies are hired by companies to help provide staffing solutions. The agency finds people to fill various kinds of jobs from different career fields either temporary or permanent.

One of the major public employment agencies in the United States is the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration. It provides job-seeking services and tools for workers through the use of online resources and a network of offices around the country. The agency also promotes public and private sector jobs by linking to national and state job banks.

Private employment agencies specialize in one of three fields:

  • Executive search firm
  • Personnel placement services
  • Staffing services, also known as temporary help services

Turning to employment agencies is a wise move considering the amount of money you can save. According to the American Staffing Association, hiring a worker can cost 7 to 20 percent of the position’s salary and take 30 to 45 days to fill. Personnel placement services firm, also called as recruiter, handles the entire search process and matches the applicant to the needed position, lines up candidates for the interview with the company. Staffing agencies also handle the employment process if the company needs a vacation fill-in or someone to work for a few months.

For people who are looking for jobs, employment agencies offer great help for them. The public employment service is free and can pave way for a number of opportunities. With an employment agency, you can gain access to training. A number of agencies offer free training in varied skill-building tools, which can be used for an attractive resume.

If you use an employment agency, you’ll do one or more of the following:

  • Interview
  • Take qualifying tests
  • Provide a resume
  • Fill and register with one or more agencies
  • Fill out an application
  • If necessary, go through a training

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Benefits for Successful Candidates

  • Paid Holidays and Vacations
  • Referral Bonuses
  • Medical Insurance
  • Payroll Processed Locally
  • Direct Deposit
  • Incentive Programs