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Personnel and Staffing Franchises

Explore our listings of top human resources franchise opportunities across the United States. Personnel and staffing franchises serve business clients by finding qualified staff and personnel. Opportunities also include athletic recruiting franchises.

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Jomsom Staffing Services

Jomsom Staffing Services founders saw the potential of high-quality staffing services during their years in the Information Technology world. Building on their extensive background and the connections ...
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Personnel and Staffing needs will continue steady growth over the next five years, with the expectation that the unemployment rate in our nation will cease to decline. Success and prosperity for the industry are largely due to a continued labor force and the mentality of businesses to restructure and employ. Global staffing revenue is expected to grow by 6% in 2019. In the U.S., the staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry makes a vital contribution to the U.S. economy, and provides outstanding job and career opportunities for nearly 17 million employees per year. Staffing Agencies provide employers with employees that will fill two types of positions; temporary to permanent hire and direct hire. The temporary to permanent hire position assists the employer by providing the opportunity to monitor the employee's performance and thereby deciding whether or not to hire the employee on a permanent basis. The direct hire position is for permanent jobs within the company. The staffing agency takes care of finding viable candidates who will be hired as permanent employees by the hiring company. There are a variety of Personnel and Staffing agencies that exist in the industry. The services offered for vetting a potential candidate include resume screening, job interviewing and assessment testing. The services and fees paid to a staffing agency vary from agency to agency. There are two common types of fee structures for a staffing agency. The first type of fee is hourly and paid by the hiring company. An example of this would be a $35 hourly rate charged to the employer where the employee gets $25 per hour from the staffing agency with the remaining $10 going to the staffing agency. The second type of fee is a one-time fee. This is typically a direct hire for a specific full-time job and charges the employer (hiring company) anywhere from 10% to 30% of the hired employees starting salary. These fee structures are typical and offer the hiring company saved time and money. We offer a listing of the top available staffing and personnel franchise opportunities at Franchise Clique, use our directory listing to do your research and help find the right option for your investment.

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