According to the 2018 Staffing Growth Assessment, the IT staffing industry generated roughly 59 Billion dollars back in 2016. The industry is projected to grow by 4% 2018, which would mean more money for everybody, right?
Not exactly. According to SIA the market is becoming increasingly complex and competitive. While it remains true that much of the market is driven by buyer demand for flexibility, scalibilty and reduced risks, the talent required just isn’t available. Skill shortages make it much more difficult for clients to find candidates they need. In addition, digital disruption and transformation has increased the need for more flexible, short term contracts. Continue reading “The State of the IT Staffing Market”
By IBS Recruiter DK Kapani
When investing in something new, you would prefer to “try before you buy,” right? It’d be great to test a new product or a new living situation before we actually have to commit to it. The same is true when you’re checking out a potential workplace. One might argue it’s even more important.
In the workforce, this is what is called a Contract-To-Hire position, and it can be a positive or negative depending on how you look at it. There’s the “not knowing” if you will have a job or not when your contract is up, but also there’s the excitement of working with various people and industries.
There are multiple advantages of having a contract-to-hire (C2H) arrangement:
Continue reading “The Pros and Cons of Contract-to-Hire”