Contract-to-hire enables our clients to fill a full-time position after an on-the-job performance evaluation. It is an intermediate staffing solution where a candidate is employed on a temporary basis with an intention to be absorbed on a permanent role after evaluating his/ her skills and capabilities for a specific period. As an employer, you get tremendous flexibility in terms of monitoring work performance of a consultant prior to making a formal offer of employment.
Tudor’s Contract-to-Hire solutions provide our customers the option of hiring the candidate after an initial 3-6 months on contract. During the initial engagement, our clients have the opportunity to review the candidate's core skill level as well as 'on-the-job' interpersonal and presentation skills prior to making a hiring commitment.
Contract-to-Hire Solutions are offered on an hourly bill rate for the contract period which is valid till the date the consultant gets into a regular employment with the company. It may also be driven by minimum number of hours that the consultant must work as a Tudor Consultant prior to conversion. Finally, Tudor receives a conversion fee once the consultant is actually converted to regular employee status with the company.
At Tudor, the process for candidate interviews, screening and recruitment is similar to that for a temporary employee; however the candidate will have a long-term goal, interest and involvement in the company. Tudor is a employee centric company and makes investment in developing core as well as soft skills of a candidate to have a smooth sailing for a consultant from being a contract resource to a hired resource. This will involves:
- Regular trainings during pre-contract period
- Focused on-demand technical trainings
- Constant upgrading soft skills
- Regular performance reviews
- Orientation programs on future technology trends
- Access to Tudor’s intranet for knowledge sharing
Contract-to –hire staffing is gaining huge popularity due to the fact that it offers a Win-Win situation for “The Company” as well as “The Candidate”.