The Work Connection offers on-call, temporary staffing, Preview-to-Placement, and direct hire job opportunities to people all over America. We have over 25 years of experience making professional connections with companies in dozens of industries, allowing us to offer you a position that fits your skills, lifestyle, and career objectives. As an associate of The Work Connection, we respect and value your contribution to our mutual success.
The Work Connection is committed to working with people who are committed to both The Work Connection and our clients. Quality employees will always be valued. There is never a fee to our associates.
After completion of the application process, all candidates expressing interest in our company meet with a Certified Staffing Specialist for a personal interview. During the interview, we determine your career objectives, learn about your skills, identify your qualifications, and help you choose among a variety of diverse and challenging temporary or permanent opportunities.
Bonuses & Incentives
The Work Connection offers a variety of bonuses and incentives to professional staffing services associates as recognition for outstanding performance and work quality.
Associates are eligible to receive bonuses in the following areas:
- Sign-on Bonuses
- Safety & Performance Bonuses
- Attendance Bonuses
- Project Completion Bonuses
- Referral Bonuses
- Preview-To-Placement Bonuses
- Vacation & Holiday Pay
Further information on Bonuses & Incentives is available from your Work Connection Professional Staffing Services Specialist. Bonuses & Incentives may vary by assignment.
The Work Connection offers benefits to our associates through Essential StaffCARE™. Essential StaffCARE™ offers professional, affordable benefits that temporary employees have been missing, backed by a blue chip health care company.
Eligible employees may elect coverage for all or some of the following options:
- Medical/prescription coverage
- Optional vision
- Optional dental
- Optional life insurance
- Optional short-term disability
- The Types of Placement Opportunities
Temporary / Short-term Contingent Staffing: After hearing a description of the position and anticipated length of the assignment, you are able to decide if you want to accept the position or not. Positions may last from one day to several months. This is a great way for you to get your foot in the door at local employers and prove yourself to those companies and the Agency. This is a great way for you to try out different jobs and different companies to find the right fit for you. These assignments also offer you the opportunity to earn a paycheck without making a long-term commitment. When an assignment is completed successfully, the Agency will often be able to place you at a new assignment and eliminate stress.
Temp-to Hire / Preview-to-Placement: Many companies choose not to hire employees directly and instead utilize an Agency to secure employees with the goal being to hire employees directly after the employee has completed an evaluation period. This is a great way for you to get your foot in the door at a company that is intending to expand their workforce in the near future. You will save time by applying with an Agency in order to potentially gain access to jobs at companies you may not be aware are growing. Employees are often eligible for the Agency’s benefits until they are hired on by the client and become eligible for their benefits.
Direct Hire Placement: The obvious benefit of this service for you is that you are being hired directly by the company into a long-term, full-time position. Jobseekers with skill-sets more likely to be hired through a Direct Hire arrangement can benefit by applying with an Agency (or sharing a resume), to gain access to companies and openings that are not being publically advertised. Some firms may charge the applicants as well as the client company.
Payrolling/Leasing: These services provide you with the same benefits discussed above. Depending on the Agency, being referred to the Agency instead of being hired directly by the company may have the added advantage of gaining immediate access to a variety of Employee Benefits such as health, dental, life, and disability.
Professional Employer Organization (PEO): You can benefit from being employed through a PEO in a number of ways. Many small employers are unable to offer Employee Benefits such as Health Insurance, or they offer them at a cost so high that both the company and the employee struggle to pay the premiums. PEO’s allow companies to offer Employee Benefits that they would not be able to offer otherwise and/or offer the desired Benefits at a more affordable rate, due to the buying power of the PEO. Companies providing PEO’s have various HR Professionals that help ensure that client companies are following all applicable state and federal laws for employers, providing a better work environment for you.
On-Premise Program / W.I.N. Program: All of the benefits above apply since an On-Premise / W.I.N. program can consist of all of the above services. One unique benefit to you with this program is that the HR Professional is on-site at the worksite and is readily available to help answer questions, assist with concerns, and provide additional training to help you be more successful.
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