Many of today’s job seekers want flexibility in their work and they don’t want to be stuck in a job or culture where there is not a fit. An option for them to consider is Contract-to-hire (C2H). Contract-to-hire roles can be a good option for both candidate and employer. It provides the contractor with an opportunity to gain firsthand insight on the employer, the pulse of the organization, the culture and the overall role they are signing up for before committing to becoming a full-time employee. In contrast, the employer gets an opportunity to do exactly the same, they get an opportunity to evaluate the skills of the contractor, determine the hard-skill and soft-skill fit for the role and better evaluate if the candidate is a good cultural fit for their overall environment.
Contract-to-hire roles are very prevalent within many industries and sectors in today’s workplace and can be found in a many job categories.
C2H provides our clients with a specific means to a desired end. Contract-to-hire agreements outline an approximate amount of time a contractor will work for the employer before converted to full time. At the end of the evaluation period, the employer then has the option and decides if the contractor will be good fit internally and hired as a permanent employee.
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