An on-site partnership with a staffing agency has the ability to take your company to the next level. It will free up your time to focus on more important tasks, help you meet your demand, and source quality candidates for your needs. Beyond just being able to help you with staffing, there are a plethora of benefits to partnering with a recruitment agency for an on-site partnership, including last-minute staffing solutions and quick turnaround when a position needs to be filled. Here is how you should go about considering whether an on-site partnership might be right for you.

Four Signs Your Company Could Benefit from an On-site Partnership

Too Many Moving Parts

If your organization has several moving parts when it comes to your staff, it may be a good idea to consider an on-site partnership. This means you likely have full-time, part-time, and contract workers all under you. Sometimes this can be hard to manage, and having a staffing professional come in to help you manage it can help you refocus your energy on resources and projects that matter.

As an employer, if you feel overwhelmed by the number of moving parts in your staffing plan, it may be time to consider an on-site partnership. There are several other reasons you may turn your attention to on-site help as well.

Seasonal Staff Demands

Another reason you might consider an on-site partnership with a staffing agency like Burnett Specialists is seasonal demands. If your company has increased staff demands during certain times of the year, you can decrease the stress on yourself and your hiring managers by utilizing an on-site team of staffing professionals.

In a seasonal sense, having an on-site partnership with a staffing firm can actually help you in various ways. Not only will they be able to help you source multiple new hires, but they can stay in touch with previous seasonal workers as well. This can decrease the amount of time it takes for you to get the help you need on your staff for your busiest seasons.

Keep Efficiency High  

When you entrust your staffing needs to an on-site partner, it can help you weed out individuals who apply who are not qualified or a good fit. Because they are already tapped into qualified talent pools in your industry, it won’t take much time for them to find a good fit for the position at hand. It can also help you identify where there may be holes in your current staff. You will also have the peace-of-mind that each individual has been thoroughly vetted and are knowledgeable in the industry itself.

In addition to sourcing new, qualified employees, having an on-site team will also help you keep up on training your current employees. Burnett Specialists has been able to create training programs for various companies to help them maintain training and keep things consistent. In an organization with many moving parts, this is crucial to keeping up with demand and being a successful business.

Time is Limited

As an employer, your time is limited as it is. You need to focus on key projects and other important tasks rather than sifting through employee resumes. Having an on-site partnership with a staffing agency can help you get that time back while helping source valuable candidates for the open positions within your organization.

Your on-site partnership will essentially help you streamline your entire hiring process. Recruiting, onboarding, and training are taken on by the staffing agency as their responsibilities. These are three extremely time-consuming things, so it is definitely worth a partnership if you are short on time, like many business leaders are.

How Burnett Specialists Can Help You

Burnett Specialists has served as an on-site partner for more than 25 years in the Houston area. We have successfully been able to provide support for companies in accounting, administrative/ clerical, assembly, human resources, IT, light industrial, and training. One of the biggest success stories is that of a global eye care company that employed our on-site partnership.

During the time Burnett Specialists worked with the organization, they were in charge of recruiting for administrative positions, accounting jobs, data entry, warehouse jobs, technical writers, custodians, maintenance, and more. As a part of the on-site partnership, Burnett developed several tools for the company, such as standardized initial screening, interview guides, orientation tools, and ongoing training, among other things.

The on-site human resources manager had this to say about the time and money spent on Burnett’s services: “The addition of the on-site coordinator position in our facility several years ago provided us with even better quality and peace of mind since we knew our large temporary workforce was being managed well by your competent staff.”

If you think your business may benefit from having an on-site partnership, make Burnett Specialists your first call. Contact us to get more information about how we can assist you.