1. Direct Hire Staffing- where an employee is brought on as a full-time employee at a company and is not paid by the staffing agency. Direct hire placement is usually used when businesses have a long-term or high-skilled job opening and plan on keeping the staff member permanently.
2. Temporary to Permanent Staffing- with this kind of arrangement, there is an opportunity for the position to become permanent. That means if the company’s needs change after the temporary period, the employee is not eligible to make claims such as wrongful termination or file an unemployment claim against the employer.
3. Contract Staffing- This is exactly what is sounds like, it’s a technique where the companies are hiring on a contract-based commitment.