We recently sat down with IBS recruiter Keith McNeal to discuss the state of the staffing business heading into 2019. With 12 years on the job, we talked about where the industry has been, where it’s going and strategies he uses to navigate the competitive field.
Were there in any changes in IT recruiting that you observed in 2018? What caused those changes in your mind?
Keith McNeal: Absolutely. The biggest thing I saw was that our clients are moving toward Contract-to-Hire work, and that there’s way less traditional contract work to go around. This is good for candidates, but is difficult for us as recruiters. Continue reading “Interview with IBS Recruiter Keith McNeal”
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”