It might be time for you to consider working as a contractor. In this video, veteran recruiter Barbara Bruno shows you why working with a contract recruiter can greatly increase your income
- I can't tell you how often I call someone…who's partially completed their contract…to give them the good news…that they've done such a great job,…the company wants to bring them on…as a full time employee.…But rather than hearing "Yes" on the other end of the phone,…I often hear, "I'm not interested in…"being a regular full time employee,…"I enjoy working as a contractor."…If this response surprises you,…you'll find this video very interesting.…Let's start off by addressing the benefits…of working as a contractor.…
Working as a contractor gives a person…more control over their schedule.…This is especially important for individuals…seeking a work/life balance.…A contractor can choose not to work for a period of time.…If they want to take six weeks off to travel…or spend time with family, it's not based on…their years of experience or eligibility.…There's also generally less stress as a contractor.…Most contractors aren't bogged down…by endless meetings or company politics,…and can focus on their work.…
Less stress means that their job…
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- Define the responsibilities of an in-house recruiter.
- List three benefits of working with a recruiter.
- Name two ways to gain visibility in the recruiting position.
- Explain why it is important to review recommendations on a recruiter’s LinkedIn profile.
- Determine if working as a contractor is more beneficial than working as a full-time employee
- Identify problems after hire and understand the importance of sharing these with employers.