Hiring Options

Staffing requirements can be handled through a number of options. Circumstances surrounding every placement vary, and typically our clients rely on one of the following options for filling their open positions:

Direct Hire Placement - Sourcing candidates in this market often becomes an overwhelming task. Certified Green Technologies will present only those candidates that truly meet the requirements of each requisition. This is not a “wide open net” approach, but rather exact pinpoint recruiting. You are presented only the number of screened and reviewed candidates you request. Verifications and prescreening will always meet your specific requirements. Certified Green Technologies has a retention rate of over 90% on Direct Hire Placements.

Temporary-to-Direct Hire - Often a temporary employee begins a position with the understanding that it will transition to Direct Hire status with the firm after a probationary period has passed. This approach allows both parties to evaluate the viability and compatibility of the placement.

Temporary Placement - Positions at all levels can be filled utilizing temporary employees. Expediency in getting a job filled, flexibility of terms or duration of need, and minimal employment liabilities – all reasons this may be your proven staffing solution.

Payroll Service - Positions at all levels can be payrolled through Certified Green Technologies. When you have identified a candidate, often a returning employee or a specialist who will be engaged for a limited time, utilizing our Payroll Service is your best option for adding staff at minimal expense. All legal and insurance requirements are met, yet the person can begin immediately, and with no lingering employment liabilities once the work is completed.

Independent Contractor/Worker Classification Program - Determining a person's correct status, contractor or employee, requires a wide variety of factors to be reviewed. Certified's program is designed to help your firm determine the proper worker classification. Factors regarding employment status, existence of a separate business, and the nature of the work are thoroughly examined. Our specialized team will partner with you to collect the necessary information and review all those critical factors as dictated by the IRS common law test.