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Direct Hire
Two ways to hire your full-time staff with netPolarity

netPolarity’s comprehensive staffing solutions offer two ways to hire on candidates as your employees: Contract-to-Hire Conversion or Full-Time Direct Hire.

With a Contract-to-Hire option, companies gain the benefits of trying out a candidate prior to committing and receiving a custom designed conversion plan that allows them to prorate the fee over the term of the contract assignment.  This flexible arrangement works well for all parties involved in the engagement.  By choosing the Contract-to-Hire conversion option, you not only ensure a candidate is a good fit in your workplace environment but also you get to test-drive the needs of your company to be certain that a new full-time position is warranted. In addition, the candidate can observe his or her place in the organization before committing to full-time employment. Contract-to-Hire arrangements can also be ideal for situations where budgetary constraints prevent the hiring of additional full-time employees at the present, but headcount expansion is expected in the near future or where lengthy bureaucratic approval process delays full-time hiring despite immediate staffing needs.

Full-Time Direct Hire is another viable option among netPolarity’s complete service offerings. With an individually tailored fee structure,* this alternative serves as an attractive and cost-efficient solution for your ongoing talent acquisition needs. netPolarity’s resources include a database of more than 2 million candidates and a team of executive recruiters with expertise in placing positions ranging from high-level individual contributors to c-level executives. Whether you are making additional headcount investments in your workforce or aiming to procure top talent from direct competitors, a full-time search can be handled efficiently and confidentially by netPolarity.

*Based on scope and volume of services committed
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