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D’employé temporaire à employé permanent.

Parfois, les circonstances font que vous ne pouvez pas ajouter un employé permanent à votre équipe, mais qu’un candidat talentueux vous intéresse.

De l’embauche temporaire à l’emploi permanent

Travailleurs contractuels ou employé permanent? À vous de décider.

Peu importe que vous souhaitiez embaucher un employé permanent ou un travailleur contractuel à qui vous confierez par la suite un poste permanent. Ce qui compte pour nous, c’est que vous soyez en mesure d’engager le candidat souhaité, au moment souhaité.

Faites-vous une idée avant d’embaucher.

Il vous arrive sans doute d’hésiter à offrir d’entrée de jeu un poste à temps plein à un candidat que vous envisagez d’embaucher. Un placement temporaire avec possibilité de permanence vous offre une excellente occasion d’évaluer si vous avez trouvé la ressource idéale pour compléter votre équipe permanente.

Minimisez les coûts de roulement du personnel.

Le recrutement d’un mauvais candidat est une leçon qui coûte cher à tout employeur. La capacité d’embaucher un candidat pour un projet précis ou un mandat contractuel et d’évaluer s’il représente un atout à long terme pour votre équipe constitue un avantage indéniable.

Offrez à vos candidats la liberté de choisir.

Il peut être difficile pour un candidat d’accepter l’offre d’emploi à temps plein que vous lui faites après seulement quelques entrevues, surtout s’il n’a pas eu l’occasion d’évaluer votre organisation de l’intérieur.

« Quand j’appelle les gens de Procom pour leur confier mes besoins en matière d’embauche, ils sont toujours attentifs, rigoureux et déterminés à m’aider à trouver les personnes dont j’ai besoin, au moment où j’en ai besoin.

De nombreuses agences de placement tentent de faire affaire avec nous, mais Procom est un partenaire qui répond systématiquement à toutes nos exigences. Vous faites un travail remarquable, continuez comme ça! »

– A. K., client représentant un constructeur automobile mondial

Vous êtes prêt à embaucher ou vous avez des questions? Communiquez avec un expert

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Vous n’êtes pas encore prêt?

Que vous souhaitiez embaucher un employé contractuel pour la première fois ou que vous ayez besoin de plus d’information avant de vous lancer dans un processus de recrutement, vous pouvez compter sur nous.

Communiquez avec l’un de nos experts en dotation de personnel pour lui poser vos questions. Nous sommes toujours heureux de pouvoir vous conseiller – et le mieux (un trait d'union, cela se fait ?), c’est qu’il n’y a aucune obligation de votre part.

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