A local manufacturing company had been working with a staffing firm for many years. This particular staffing firm offered a blanket 1.50 mark-up rate to everyone. Lately, the manufacturing company had been experiencing higher turnover when trying to fill temp-to-hire production positions at $10/hour.
The manufacturing company had been receiving poor quality of workers. They would have two or three people per position work 80 to 100 hours and then quit or turnover. This would occur before they could find the right worker to finish the 500 hours in the temp-to-hire probationary period. The company was spending $15 per hour for over 800 hours just to find one solid worker, which is roughly $12,000 for a $10/hour general production position.
QPS offered a conversion plan where the manufacturing company could save money and only pay the 1.50 mark-up for the best candidates. QPS charged this company a 1.43 mark-up during the probationary period of 500 hours. This decreased the initial financial investment while the employees were still learning.
Once the probationary period was over, the manufacturing company was ready to hire on someone that had proven to be a valuable addition to the team. QPS then charged a fee of $350, which would bring the mark-up to 1.50. By using QPS' conversion plan, this company was able to save money during the probationary period when employees were most likely to quit or turnover.
By using QPS' conversion program: