Yes. Staffigo places people in three ways: direct placement, contract-to-hire and contract positions. Connect with a local Recruiter to discuss our openings and your options or sign up for our Talent pool to receive job alerts.
I’m looking for a job - can Staffigo help me?
- Why should I use Staffigo to find my next position instead of responding to job postings and advertisements?
One difference is that Staffigo Recruiters submit your resume for positions not advertised to the general public. Our staff personally place your resume in the hiring manager's hands to ensure your resume receives the attention it deserves. We want to connect you with your next career opportunity.
What companies or types of companies does Staffigo work with?
Our customers are Fortune 500, mid-market, and emerging companies. They represent a wide variety of industries, including financial services, government services, communications, business services, energy & utilities, healthcare and more.
I have never used a recruiting firm. What does the process entail?
Not to worry, the process is simple. To get started, submit your resume directly through www.staffigo.com/submit resume, and a recruiter will contact you shortly thereafter to talk about what sort of opportunities you are looking for and what you can expect throughout the process.
Does Staffigo offer benefits?
Staffigo offers a few options of comprehensive benefits packages that can be tailored to meet an individual’s needs. They include health, dental, vision and 401k.
What would compensation look like?
We recognize that in order to attract and retain the best talent, the compensation needs to match. That is why we offer a competitive base salary.
What characteristics does Staffigo look for in an employee?
A Staffigo employee is typically hard working, career-driven, goal-oriented and outgoing.
I have some additional questions, is there anyone I can speak with?
Of course! Feel free to reach out to address any questions. You may email email@example.com or call to speak with a representative.