Staffing and Recruiting Services

Sparks Group is a staffing and recruiting agency located in the DC metro area. Sparks Group works as a strategic partner to assist in the hiring needs for IT, finance, creative, and administrative positions across the country.

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What are Sparks Group’s Staffing and Recruiting Services?

Sparks Group specializes in finding and recruiting top talent for a diverse range of disciplines and industries. Sparks Group offers the following staffing and recruiting services:

Permanent Staffing

We help build productive and successful internal teams through the hiring of full-time candidates with the big-picture goal of employee retention. Our services include senior, executive, and mid-level management hiring needs. We extensively vet candidates to recruit top talent who possess the experience and temperament to lead highly successful initiatives.

Temporary Staffing

Sparks Group assists companies to facilitate coverage during peak workloads, staff for finite projects and awarded contracts, and cover short-term absences due to vacation, PTO, and maternity leave. Sparks Group has a proven record in placing candidates for temporary and contract roles across a broad range of areas.

Contract-To-Hire

Our contract to hire services offer companies a period of evaluation to determine if an employee fits strategically in the long term. Contract to hire positions offer candidates short-term employment with the opportunity to become full-time employees at the end of the contractual period. In many cases, contract to hire positions are mutually beneficial to both candidates and employers.

Learn More: How Companies Benefit From Using Contract to Hire Employees

Government and Cleared Services

As a staffing and recruiting firm headquartered near our nation’s capital, Sparks Group provides professional services to the federal government and many of the top government contractors. Additionally, Sparks Group provides security-cleared candidates for contract and permanent roles, up to the top-secret level.

Payroll Services

Our payroll services solution is ideal for companies looking to utilize independent contractors, consultants or former employees, manage internship programs and evaluate internally-recruited candidates in a “working interview” setting. Under the service, talent is sourced by the client, with Sparks Group handling employment functions including payroll, worker’s compensation insurance, and even benefits.

Resource Management Solutions

Sparks Group offers resource management solutions that facilitate cost reduction, increase productivity, and streamline operational processes. The three primary areas of focus are: Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), On-Site Program Management, Managed Services Provider (MSP), and Organizational Consulting.

What makes Sparks Group Different Than Other Staffing Agencies?

Our dedicated team of staffing and recruiters work in tandem to ensure that organizations have a successful strategy and resources for attracting and retaining top talent in all positions.

With every new partnership, Sparks Group brings:

  • An extensive network of qualified candidates
  • A proven methodology to expedite the “candidate requisition-to-productivity” process
  • A reputation for quality-driven solutions
  • Comprehensive service options
  • A proven track record in placing professional, technical, creative and administrative talent

Is There a Difference Between “Staffing Services” and “Recruiting Services?”

Generally, while staffing and recruiting have common goals, company needs for staffing and recruiting differ slightly. Staffing is most commonly associated with short-term positions while recruiting tends to take on the task of finding permanent candidates.

To learn more about Sparks Group and our staffing and recruiting services, complete the form to schedule a free consultation with one of our hiring experts. Get started today.

5 Problems Every Recruiting Company Faces Today

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The recruiting industry has seen big changes in the last few years as the economy and technological advances have altered the way many companies hire. Of course, there are always challenges to be overcome, but it’s helpful to know about the biggest issues your recruiting company could face and how to handle these issues when they arise.

Let’s look at 5 problems every recruiting company faces today.

1. Finding the Right Candidates

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Finding the right candidates is a big challenge for recruiting companies today. Your clients need skilled, focused workers, and these people aren’t always easy to find. This is especially true with the increased demand for contract workers. The year 2014 has seen higher numbers in contract staffing than we have seen in many years. Recruiting companies can overcome this problem by stepping up their networking and advertising, especially through social media. The farther you can reach, the more quality candidates you’ll find.

For those recruitment firms that specialize in permanent placements and are having a hard time finding skilled, quality candidates in today’s market, offering to fill the vacant role temporarily until the right candidate can be found may be the route to take. A contract worker with less expertise may ease the time constraints allowing you more time for your search as well as satisfy the clients need to have someone fulfilling that role immediately.

2. Candidate Competition

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When that perfect candidate is found, you want exclusive rights to present them to your client but what if they are registered with your competition as well and have applied directly to available positions too? In today’s candidates market it’s important to offer more than other staffing firms and even more than the client can get on their own. Background checks, testing, references as well as a thorough interview process can put you far and above your competition as well as offer your client a fully vetted candidate right from the get go.

3. Speed

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The business world moves much faster today than it has in the past, and a recruiting company that can’t keep up will surely be left behind. Indecisive managers are one of the biggest reasons that transactions are slowed down. Any delays in hiring could derail your chances of placing a sought-after candidate in a position. Training your recruiters to act decisively and quickly is one thing, but coaching your client to move quickly with the interview and hiring process is another. In today’s market, great candidates can have multiple interviews and offers on the table. If your client moves too slowly, they could miss a great new hire and you could miss your commission.

4. Antiquated Search Tools

Numbers talk, and if your search tools are antiquated and of little value to your clients, you will find your recruiting company falling behind. Ensuring that job orders can post quickly and potential candidates are easily found across the web is crucial to you keeping up with your competition. If you are not familiar with the various social media sites where candidates gather, get familiar with them or hire someone in the know. Good people are hard to find but are almost impossible to find if your technology doesn’t allow you to utilize the web.

5. An Influx of Ineffective Recruiters

Contract staffing is big business and it has seen incredible growth in 2014 with expectations of further growth in the upcoming year. As the staffing industry grows, the temptation to become a recruiter to profit from this growth is great. Those that have no recruitment experience may have some success as companies further their reach for partners that can help them find their next great hire, but that success may just be a stroke of luck. As a business owner or an independent recruiter, it’s important that you sell your experience and dedication to the industry to your client. Independent staffing firms have much more invested in the success of their agency than multinationals who often have a revolving door of recruiters. As you sell your service to a potential client ensure that part of your pitch includes your ‘why’ – why you started your business in the first place – to ensure that you provide individualized, dedicated service.

These problems are real, but they can also be seen as opportunities. When you know what the hurdles are to your recruiting company’s success, you can formulate plans to jump over them and succeed. Contact The Staffing Edge to speak with experts on Canada’s recruiting industry. We can help you to develop a strategy that will help you to overcome today’s recruitment challenges.

5 Choices That Can Make A Business More Successful

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In business, there are always choices. Should we do this or should we do that? If we do this, what impact will it have on our bottom line, employees, or customers? If we choose a different approach, what effect will it have on our reputation, branding, or goodwill? If we disrupt the market, will it end up, in the long run, being positive or negative for our business?

The decisions we make may at times seem obvious and easy, but carefully thinking through our options is a necessity for growth and survival. Consider the following five choices that can change a business:

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1. Focus on competitors or customers?

Certainly, every business needs to know its competition. What is their pricing, marketing, distribution, products or services, after-sales assistance, quality, refund policy, etc.? Meeting the competition head-to-head, however, is generally not the key to success.

On the other hand, if a business does not have customers, it really does not have a viable business. So, perhaps the focus should be on customers. Give them what they want in the way of pricing, delivery, customer service, and quality. More satisfied customers will mean more business. All of a sudden, it becomes the competition trying to figure out how to beat you and your business rather than you trying to figure out how to beat the competition.

2. Be a follower or leader?

As a business owner, do you prefer to be a follower or leader in your business segment? Whether your business is retail, wholesale, manufacturing, service, technology, or professional, you have a choice: follow what other businesses are doing or be a leader on the forefront of new ideas, new product or service offerings, a different approach to customer service, or a unique value proposition. MORE FOR YOU How This Hospitality Business Not Only Survived But Thrived During The PandemicHere’s Why Entrepreneurs Make The Best MarketersBuilding Black-Owned Businesses In Mississippi

Being a follower might be a more conservative route to go, but will it provide the key elements necessary for you to achieve your goals and objectives? Taking the leader approach can certainly involve more risks, but the rewards can also be much greater.

3. Impede or facilitate employee morale?

There is no question that employees are the most valuable asset of any business. Without motivated and dedicated employees, a business is destined to remain mediocre. When owners and managers do not place high importance on employees, morale is impeded and growth is stymied.

When management understands the important link between employees, customers, and growth, it will facilitate employee morale with good communication, open-door policies, opportunities for growth and advancement, and individual respect. Facilitating employee morale is not accomplished by accident but through focused and deliberate actions.

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4. Nonexistent or existent company culture?

Company culture is hard to precisely define. It’s an atmosphere that prevails within a business about how employees behave, how they interact with each other in and out of work, and how they deal with outside parties, such as customers and vendors. It is about their beliefs, and can even be how employees dress, hours worked, and office configurations.

When there is no real, cohesive culture within a business, employees do their job and little else. When the workday is over, everyone goes their separate ways. Conversely, a culture can contribute to the success of a business. A culture that embraces the vision of the business affects in a positive way how employees work and act.

Although every business will have its own culture, a positive culture is essential for success. When employees feel valued with a sense of belonging and loyalty to a business, company value increases.

5. Deny or empower employees?

When there is no opportunity for growth, employees feel stymied in their current positions, which creates a lackluster business environment. Denying employees the opportunity to do things on their own, to implement new ideas, or to try and fail creates a monotonous situation that destroys any ingenuity that might exist in the workforce.

Empowering employees, however, creates excitement, turns ideas into reality, generates efficiencies, and inspires everyone to reach for higher plateaus. When employees have the power to do something, try something new, or make decisions on their own that are in line with company goals, they become more committed and confident in their work. Empowering employees is a key element in creating a long-term, profitable, sustainable business.

Which is more important?

Every action in a business has some type of consequence. When making a decision, consider wisely what will produce the best results, not only for the short term but for the long term, as well. It can often take just as much effort to produce a negative result as it does to produce a positive result. Direct your energies, therefore, into those areas that have the potential to produce the most positive business results.

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Trend: Businesses are Choosing Flexible Staffing in 2021; Here’s Why

March 23, 2021 | By Jeramy Gordon

Employers are turning to flexible staffing options, such as the gig economy and staffing agencies, as part of their business recovery plans in the wake of COVID-19 and related market uncertainty.

Flexible staffing (otherwise known as contingent hiring) includes contractors, freelancers, and temp workers. It was already a buzzword before 2020 but accelerated dramatically in response to the pandemic’s impact on employment.

Research from PRO Unlimited found that 40% of all white-collar workers already fall into the temp or gig category, and expect that over half of skilled workers will be contingent by late 2021. A FlexJobs survey found that 36% of workers in the U.S. have been freelancing during the pandemic; an increase of 2 million since 2019.

Benefits of flexible staffing for businesses

Let’s look at some of the benefits of flexible staffing during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

1. Adapting to economic uncertainty

Even though the vaccination program is well-underway, U.S. businesses face an uncertain and rocky path ahead. Future virus spikes, shutdowns, and an economic rollercoaster will lead to starts and stoppages, along with sudden peaks and troughs in demand.

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This means businesses are hesitant to invest in permanent recruitment, pivoting instead to a project-based employment model to stay as flexible as possible.

2. Scaling up and down fast

Temp workers are usually able to get started on projects immediately, which avoids the usual months-long recruitment process and enables companies to respond to changing conditions fast. At the other end of the cycle, temp workers can be terminated without a lengthy (and expensive) notice period and severance package.

A flexible staffing strategy enables a business to rapidly scale up or (just as importantly) to scale down in response to demand.

3. Cost savings

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Although a temp worker may have a higher day-rate than a permanent hire, companies save money by not having to pay employee benefits. Other cost savings include avoiding the expense of recruitment, onboarding, offboarding, and training.

4. Trial workers before hiring permanently

An emerging trend for employers is to trial workers on a freelance or temporary basis before offering them a full-time role. Watching temp staff work on-the-job, seeing how they interact with customers and fit in with the company culture will remove the risk of spending a great deal of time and money recruiting a new hire who doesn’t work out.

5. The workforce is increasingly embracing the gig economy

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Monster survey conducted during the COVID-19 crisis found that 57% of workers would take some kind of gig job while they are in-between jobs, 52% would like a long-term contract with flexible hours, and 39% want short-term contract or temp work.

6. Finding flexible staff is getting easier

Companies can find gig workers by advertising through their own channels, engaging a recruitment firm or staffing agency, or by using one of the many flexible staffing platforms that have emerged in response to surging demand. Examples in the U.S. include UpShiftShiftGig, and Wonolo.

Flexible staffing challenges

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There are some challenges involved in hiring contractors for short-term work. For example, it may be more difficult to integrate non-permanent staff into your company culture, and onboarding processes may need to be adjusted.

Something to keep a close eye on are the growing calls to give flexible staff more job security and benefits. HBR, for example, recently published an article titled “Gig workers are here to stay. It’s time to give them benefits”.  

Finally, the accelerated hiring process with temporary workers can lead to risks such as hiring someone who doesn’t possess the right skills or is non-compliant in terms of background checks. Although staffing agencies frequently assure their customers that the temp workers on their platforms are fully vetted, it’s worth gaining additional assurance by running your own checks by using a skills-testing platform such as Vervoe and a background screening service such as Accurate.

How To Pick the Right Recruiter
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In the interest of streamlining costs, many companies today are outsourcing their recruiting needs, rather than having a special recruiting department or making recruiting the task of human resources. This puts the onus on the business of choosing the right recruiter. Though it may seem daunting at first, knowing what makes a recruiter good at their job gives a grounding in how to make sure you find the right recruiter for your needs.

An inefficient, inexperienced recruiter can waste a lot of your time in addition to potentially losing prospective candidates or revealing confidential information about your company. Any outside recruiter you use is still representing your company, so you want to make sure they’re professional and presentable. There are a number of questions you need to ask yourself before picking the right recruiter to meet your hiring needs.

What is the recruiter’s specialty?

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Most recruiters specialize in particular fields. Some even worked in that field before recruiting for it. These recruiters know their industries’ needs for human capital better than the generalists, who spread themselves too thin trying to recruit everyone from accountants to zoologists. Specializing in an industry allows a recruiter to develop depth of knowledge of that industry, and to focus on the way their field is changing in today’s volatile global economy. Specialist recruiters know the needs of employers and of workers in their discipline. This depth and expertise affords them a plethora of connections, as well as the ability to converse fluently in the language of the field — a necessity in high-tech industries. If you are an executive for an engineering firm, you’re not going to want to engage a recruiter who does not understand the work of an engineer. How could such a recruiter be sure that they’d found the right person for the job?

What is the recruiter’s experience level?

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An established recruiting firm may cost more, but it’s essential that the recruiter you choose has a proven track record of selecting and placing successful candidates. If you were to need brain surgery, you would make sure your neurosurgeon had performed hundreds of similar operations with good outcomes. Considering that hiring the wrong employee can cost your company much wasted time and money, you will want to pick your recruiter as carefully as you’d choose a health care practitioner. Make sure to check the recruiter’s references and look into their past accomplishments.

How well do you and the recruiter communicate?

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A good recruiter will help you clarify your needs if you haven’t already done so. If you have, an effective recruiter will be able to understand what you’re looking for because they’re a good listener who knows how to ask the right questions. Knowledge of your industry feeds into that, as well as being an intuitive and insightful person about the way companies and people work.

How is the recruiter progressing in finding candidates?

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During the recruiting process, you will be meeting with candidates chosen by the recruiter. Evaluate these candidates to make sure the recruiter understands what they’re looking for. Do these candidates fit the position offered? How well-prepared are they in the interview? What has the recruiter told the candidate about your organization and the position they’re being interviewed for? If the recruiter is missing the mark, it’s time to talk to them – or hire a different recruiter.

Human talent is key in any organization in every industry. If your employees don’t have the proper knowledge and skills necessary to help drive your company’s success, the business itself will stagnate, or even fail. Choosing knowledgeable, experienced recruiters with excellent interpersonal skills will go a long way toward finding the right people for the position.

The Modern Staffing and Recruiting Website: 2020 and Beyond

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13:08 19 February in ArticlesBest PracticesBrand ReputationBusinessDiversityEngagementHR TechnologyHuman BusinessHuman ResourcesInnovationJobsMarketingMobileMobile DevicesRecruitingSmartPracticesStaffingTechnologyWebinarsWorkforce by David Searns

In truth, most aspects of staffing, marketing and technology have evolved dramatically in the past 20 years – and websites have experienced some of the most sweeping transformations. Years ago, Web 2.0 changed the game for our industry, and there’s no going back.

Fact: More people will now visit your website in a year than you talk to on the phone in your lifetime. 

Let that sink in for a minute. 

Whether you realize it or not, your website has truly become the foundation of your presence to most of your candidates and, to a large extent, your clients. So, is yours a powerful, dynamic platform for sales and recruiting – or is it little more than an online brochure?

If it’s the latter, investing in a modern staffing website – one that tells your story, ranks well in search, engages people and drives conversion – is a smart strategy to ensure your agency’s success in 2020 and beyond. If you want to build a website that attracts, engages and drives both employers and job seekers to take action, here are a few of the features it should include:

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Information architecture

Information architecture is all about getting website visitors – your clients, prospects, candidates and temporary employees – where they want to go on your website as efficiently as possible, from any other page on your site (remember, visitors don’t only land on your home page). The more clicks it takes people to find what they need, the more they’re going to disappear.

Conversion paths. When you design your site, think of how you will drive action from visitors:

  • get a job seeker to apply
  • spur a prospect to request a workforce consultation
  • convince a passive candidate to complete a form to opt into your talent community
  • entice an employer to pick up the phone and place an order

Want more great ideas for optimizing your staffing website – and modernizing your marketing strategy?

Join me on Tuesday, March 31st for the Smart Practices Webinar: Optimizing Modern-day Marketing Techniques. I’ll present the trends and challenges of marketing in the staffing industry today, and share tools and strategies you should include in your marketing mix this year. Register here!

A Good Time To Sell Staffing?

07:07 30 June in ArticlesBusinessEmailHuman ResourcesMarketingSalesStaffing by Rob Herbein

Whatever adjective you prefer to describe these times, one thing is certain: The staffing industry has never experienced anything like them.

Right now, people’s priorities are shifted. Employers and individuals are struggling. And you may logically ask yourself:

Is now really a good time to be selling? 

In a word, yes. If you are in staffing, prospecting is an essential activity that can never be put on hold.

But how you prospect, well, that has changed.

Personally, I try my best to be open to all perspectives, and I don’t think there is one “right” way to sell that works for every salesperson…or every client. Sadly, the days of face to face meetings, attending trade shows, or even knocking on a door are a distant memory. Now, we need to find new ways to reach out, capture attention, nurture relationships, and convey our value.

I am sure in-person prospecting will come back at some point, but as one of my old sales managers used to say, “If you are not growing, you’re dying.”  Until we can get back to a “normal” way of doing things, I suggest you try a few of the four strategies below. You may find that some of these methods could be the new normal when normal is normal again!

Send something via the mail.

According to an article in NPR, the USPS decline in mail volume could be as much as 60% by the end of the year. “A lot of businesses have ceased to do advertising through the mail,” says Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-VA., “And as a result, mail volume has collapsed.”

The owners of our company told us that in the past three weeks, they have each received just two pieces of advertising mail at our offices. Now is the time to differentiate yourself from your competitors.

  • You could send an article about something you have learned an employer is interested in with a handwritten note.
  • You could send a handwritten thank you note (vs. email, like everyone else) after a phone call or video meeting. It will be different for sure, and being different is a good thing!
  • You could send a branded magazine with content that is relevant to your prospect or client.

Use video technology in your outreach.

The average business person receives 125 emails per day, per a study done by The Radicati Group Inc. If you are looking to stand out from the 124 other emails that they receive, consider sending a video email.

In addition to video email, I would also highly recommend that you use one of the many video platforms to conduct meetings vs. phone calls. While you may be feeling Zoomed out and meeting by video is not perfect, video gives you the ability to read a person’s facial expression and body language, which, as you know, is extremely important in a sales meeting.

Tighten up your value proposition.

If you are lucky, you get 30 seconds of someone’s time for them to decide if they want to hear more or if they delete your email, hang up the phone, or stop reading what you gave them.

Assuming that you have “softened the beaches” by first sharing some great ideas with your prospect or client, to “sell” them, you must illustrate your value.

When you send an email, leave a voice mail, or write a letter, clearly convey your “why”:

  • Why does the prospect need you? 
  • Why is your approach unique?
  • Why should an employer choose your firm over a competitor’s?

Show how you help your prospects solve problems and how having a relationship with you will improve their business and their job.

Your “why” needs to resonate enough to take the conversation to the next step. Be careful not to muddy the waters by going on tangents. Do not try to sell on the spot. Do not leave a 3-minute voicemail with a sales pitch. Your goal is simply to convince the prospect to make time to meet with you so that you can have a proper conversation.

You can still sell staffing in these times.

With the right approach and the right tools, you can generate meaningful conversations with prospects. Learn how you can help. And provide solutions that make tough times a little easier for employers.

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