CCG Resources contract-to-hire helps you avoid the cost of a bad hire by allowing you to test drive talent with a 3/6 months trial before hiring them full time. During this period both you and the employee evaluate one another. If the fit’s right, then CCG Resources will work out all the employment details and you’ll have a new employee.

Companies do contract to hire as a benefit to both themselves, and the candidate they are hiring.  Companies spend lots of resources when hiring a new employee (much as candidates spend lots of resources finding a new opportunity).  In most cases, the hiring process moves fairly quickly.  Companies have needs, and perspective employees want to move to a new job, or secure a job.  The vetting process, while trying to be thorough, usually moves too fast for both the company and the candidate to get a true sense of what both have to offer.  The company is trying to get the best candidate possible, and will present the opportunity in the best light.  The candidate is trying to get the best opportunity, and present themselves in the most positive way possible.  Within the interview process, it is hard for both parties to get a true sense of one another.  Contract to hire gives both the company and the candidate a window, after starting the job, to get comfortable with all that each party has to offer.  For the company, it is an opportunity to see the candidate in action, and understand how they work and fit in to the organization.  For the candidate, it is a period that they can start the job, and make sure they are comfortable with all that the organization stands for, and is trying to accomplish.

 

The real benefit for each party is this:  For the company, if the candidate is not the right fit, they can make that decision within the contract time frame, and move on.  For the candidate, if the job isn’t what they expected or wanted, they can make that decision within the contract period, and put on their resume that it was a contract position (as opposed to trying to explain in the next interview why they left a “permanent” position in such a short time frame.   It really is a benefit to both parties, as everyone is looking for the best they can get…the best candidate, and the best opportunity.  The best benefit for the candidate?  If they do a great job in the contract period, they have some ammunition to get a better permanent offer.

 

Regardless of the requirement or context, CCG Resources understands that finding the right fit requires getting to know our clients and their desired results as well as getting to know our job seekers beyond the black and white of their resume. That includes delving into both strengths and weaknesses, their aspirations, and what would be the “perfect opportunity,” and ideal environment in which their particular strengths and preferences would allow them to flourish – and exceed expectations.

 

As a part of our proven process and core values, CCG Resources maintains strict confidentiality when sourcing candidates for our clients’ contract to hire positions. All of our team members understand this duty to our clients and candidates and embrace its underlying principle.