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For those in between jobs an employment agency can be a best bet. No matter how polished the package, sometimes the search for employment can prove a bit difficult using the usual methods. While an employment agency often requires a fee for their services, many are more than happy to pay it if it means finding good employment. These agencies have associations with many different companies in many different industries. They can often present opportunities that can be found nowhere else. Those found in executive professions, the health care field and other skilled vocations can opt for employment agencies that specialize expressly in their industry.

An employment agency is also commonly referred to as a staffing agency. Companies needing temporary workers use these organizations to find short term staffing solutions. Because it is the company that contacts and pays the agency for its services, workers are not charged any type of fees. Companies needing anything from general labor to information technology professionals can find just what they are looking for. Employment agency assignments can last anywhere from several days to several months at a time. It is not uncommon for companies to hire temporary workers on a permanent basis should their skills prove satisfactory for the position.

When deciding to work with an employment agency one should understand just what type they will be looking to approach. Some agencies, such as those offering executive staffing services, only deal with top level managerial leaders with many years of experience. Agencies that offer workers skilled in the health care or information technology fields often have a policy against hiring any individual with less than one to two years experience. Those holding a strict schedule may not do well with agency work. Temporary workers are often required to comply and work the schedule they are given, especially if they are to be hired on permanently.

At the same time, those looking for temporary or seasonal work may be able to find what they need with a general or industrial labor employment agency. These organizations offer a wide variety of employment opportunities and rarely have too many restrictions. Some assignments may only require a highschool diploma while others may call for two years of college. From time to time, fly by night operations disguising themselves as employment agencies try to recruit the unsuspecting with illegitimate work prospects. Individuals are urged to stay familiar with local agencies and refrain from using any company that requires contact via 1-900 numbers. Legitimate employment agencies do not mind if their contracts are read in entirety before signing.



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