Using A Healthcare Staffing Service
Hiring new healthcare workers is an arduous process, especially when you’re busy running a healthcare practice or dealing with regular staff employees. The average time it takes for an employer to hire a worker is 30-120 days. Searching and reading through resumes, prescreening resumes, and testing new hires is a major time burden on any healthcare facility, but must be completed in order to hire the right employee. With White Coat Healthcare Staffing Services , all of the time-consuming tasks like pre-screening and resume hunting is done for you. So instead of spending your time and hard-earned money on placement ads, we can provide you with qualified and well-versed candidates. Putting your trust in us, you can stop worrying about the hiring process and start thinking more about running your practice.
Can Save Time and Money
The cost of hiring contract healthcare workers is cheaper than the cost of hiring permanent employees with benefits. In the short term, it is generally more cost-efficient to hire a contractor, especially for healthcare assignments that are expected to last from 1 week to 13 weeks or longer. For healthcare jobs that are expected to last much longer, it may pay to hire a full-time employee. Employers can utilize temps on long-term assignments for as long as they choose to cut their staffing cost. We have helped save employers hundred and thousand of dollar on staffing temporary and direct hiring.
When you employ White Coat Healthcare Staffing Services, LLC, we are responsible for bearing all of the financial burden of recruiting, screening, testing and hiring contractor workers; vendor expenses and paperwork and reporting to the IRS..
When deciding upon a Temporary or Direct Hire placements for your healthcare facility, it’s important to first access your practice/facility needs. Some healthcare employers find that after a while their Contract 4 Hire “candidate” becomes an integral part of their team and decide to offer him or her a full-time position, while others feel like contract placement is the right solution for their facility.
No matter what your needs are, our team at White Coat Healthcare Staffing Service, LLC can help you address your needs when it comes to staffing. With an established network of temps and valuable resources, we can provide your healthcare facility with temps or Direct Hire candidates very quickly.
Which Is Right For Your Healthcare Facility
An important decision that every healthcare provider has to make is how to handle their staffing needs. While healthcare providers have a few options when it comes to staffing up, the two most common are "temporaries" and "Direct Hire" placement. As with any staffing decision, there are benefits and drawbacks to both "temps" and "Direct Hire", which is why the choice between the two can be difficult. Acknowledging this, here we discuss the differences between "temps " vs. "Direct Hire" and which solution may be right for your business.
Temporaries/Can evaluate worker without commitment
Healthcare Employers benefit from Temps if…
They have a open position that needs to be filled (seasonal help, someone is out on maternity leave, can not afford to hire full-time etc.)
They want to try out a candidate to see if they are a good fit for your facility
If your facility doesn’t need an additional full-time healthcare employee, a temporary may be the best option for you. Additionally, the “try before you buy” approach is attractive to many healthcare employers that may want a trial period with a potential new employee before they hire them full-time. Healthcare employers employ contract healthcare staff as an excellent and cost-efficient way to recruit and test the abilities of new workers before signing them on full-time. This limited employment opportunity allows healthcare employers to determine if the candidate fits in culturally with the rest of the staff and if he or she can fulfill job needs properly. This trial period also alleviates financial risk by not needing to offer paid time off, holiday pay or benefits. Not having that financial commitment can be very beneficial for healthcare facilities.
Other healthcare employers will repeatedly use the services of a healthcare contract worker who has proven to be a facility's asset. Hiring a contractor can also be a good way to continue getting work done while you search for the perfect candidate for a particular job. If unsatisfied with our temporary's performance, all you need do is contact us and will take care of the rest.
Healthcare Employers will benefit from Direct Hire Placement if…
They have a permanent position that you need filled at your facility
They have the workload to keep a employee employed for a long period of time
For some healthcare companies that have a long-term role that needs to be filled, having a permanent or direct hire employee is the best option. But when it comes to whether or a direct hire is a good idea for your facility or not, it really boils down to cost savings. With a permanent position, you will need to consider not only salary costs, but also benefits, holiday pay and unemployment. But even though a direct hire requires more of a commitment from you, in doing so, you will have a highly-qualified temp on your staff at all times to utilize. You won't believe the cost to hire any of of qualified healthcare professionals! Our flat rates are very cost-effective and extremely affordable. We do not charge percentage rates of salary or total compensation packages. This is why healthcare employers are also attractive to our service!
We are able to pass huge savings to our clients for direct hires. Employers can't believe the amount of savings we can provide utilizing the same services! Call for your quote.
White Coat Healthcare Staffing Service, LLC provides timely and quality services and referrals, and we are experienced and accommodating to our healthcare employer's needs.
Every time a healthcare contractor starts a new work assignment with one of our employer – no matter how skilled or unskilled – there will always be a certain amount of training required in order for him/her to perform their assigned tasks to suit the specific needs of the employer. The employer can request for the same contractor over and over again if they are available.