Staff Leasing

What is staff leasing?

iJobs Center is licensed as temporary job agency in accordance with the provisions of the Labour Code.

The temporary staffing

…or staff leasing formally is a business service where one legal entity – temporary job agency/consultant hires and provides to another legal entity – user company/client, personnel under its management and control. This service is provided for a certain job completion or for replacement of an employee, who is absent from work.

This service is a flexible solution for our clients

… who need new or additional employees, but don’t want to or are unable to hire them permanently as their own staff. The reasons for this could be diverse – legal restrictions, hiring of staff for certain peak activities during the year, corporate policies, as well as optimizing certain activities through outsourcing of non-specific activities and job functions.

Your Staff Leasing benefits as our client are:

You can determine the conditions and characteristics of the work and functions Control, information and evaluation of performance Selection and/or approval of the offered employees

What we do:

Selection, recruitment, management Labor contracts – preparing, registering, concluding, termination if necessary Remunerations – calculating, preparing, payment, generating relevant documentation record Regular reporting Administration of all processes related to the performance of the employee

When and for whom is staff leasing appropriate?

  • Foreign companies and NGOs, who are not (yet) registered in the country
  • Organizations with little personnel, who do not consider it profitable to hire a person with such functions
  • With temporary projects that require additional resources – promotions, marketing research, campaigns, seasonal hiring, temporary hiring, when the risk of laying off that staff is with the consultant company

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Benefits for the business

- Flexibility

Temporary workers hiring enables you to adapt to any situations with flexibility. Employee absences – including sick leaves or maternity leave, vacation, illness or long term trainings – can take your staff away when work cannot wait. Temporary staffing lets you continue the work flow uninterrupted. In some industries, seasonal variations and peaks increase the temporary need for workers. In other instances, growth spurts within a business that are of unpredictable duration lead to a need for temporary help. The ability to utilize a temporary work force allows you to respond to changes in the marketplace.

- Evaluation opportunity and free dismissal

When you employ a temporary worker, you can observe and evaluate that worker’s performance. If you appreciate and approve of the individual’s performance, you can request that worker for future assignments. If you test that person’s abilities and determine the worker is a match for your company, you can offer a position. If you are searching for a candidate for a particular position, hiring a temporary worker may give you the time you need to conduct your rigorous search and still get the work done. If you determine that the temporary worker is not a match for the work you need to accomplish, even on a temporary basis, you remain uncommitted.

- Convenience

When you hire a temporary worker, the employment agency takes on a number of responsibilities that remove a burden from you. They do the recruitment. They screen applicants, including skills testing, and in some cases provide software training and tutorials. They hire the workers, manage the payroll expenses and associated paperwork.

- Specialization and skills

Temporary workers can and do have a range of educational backgrounds, work experience and specialized skills. Historically, temporary workers performed projects that required non-critical skills. Skilled temporary workers enable companies to undertake projects of a critical nature that have limits of scope and time.

- Finance and legal optimization

In case of unnecessary human resource available you don’t need to pay solid dismissal compensation and to carry immense legal and reputational risk of staff redundancy procedures.