To cover an employee on temporary leave or to bring in extra help for a project, you might want to hire a contractor. Note, this differs from a temp in that they come in regularly, like any full employee.
Contracts offer very specific terms of employment with a set end date. Often you will see people with highly specialized skills working on contract.
If you’re in this position but want to expand your workforce even after the absent employee returns or at the completion of the project, consider contract to hire.
Contract to Hire
Consider it a test run, similar to temp to hire. You still lay out a contract, but there is mutual understanding that the contractor wants permanent work and you need to see how things go.
If you choose this option, set clear expectations for the talent so you both understand what you need out of an employee long term. At the end of the contract, you can choose to offer a permanent position or wish them the best.
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