nment, they can become a W-2 employee of a contract staffing back-office and receive benefits, a regular paycheck, direct deposit, etc., through that back-office. That is actually the model under which Top Echelon Contracting operates. We offer a full menu of benefits, including medical and 401(k) to contractors placed with us through independent recruiters.…
Rate: DOE + Expenses
** Minimum 5 years JD Edwards implementation and upgrade experience in HR and Benefits.
** EnterpriseOne ERP (8.10 or above).
** Knowledgeable with Microsoft Office Suite, Visio Project and Sharepoint.
** Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
** Good to have Canadian implementation experience but not must.
Please submit your resume along with your availability, rate and contact details.
roduct features. Why not write a job description focusing on the benefit sought? Then look for the resumes that are responsive to the sought benefit, and that volunteer the skills (features) that you already know support the sought benefit?
This would be a fair way to make it the applicant's responsibility to connect their experience to your need. The resulting resumes should be a lot more interesting to read, and I promise there will be fewer of them-- applicants will filter themselves out, unless they truly feel qualified.
The down side is that this requires a level of honesty and openness that I have rarely seen in corporations. It also requires some real effort on the part of HR and the hiring manager to define the sought benefit.
As another plus, it stops the endless proliferation of "just in case" requirements that result in seeking people that cannot be found because the skill sets don't exist in combination. (In this market, a position that stays open very long should become suspect-- Either the requirements are wrong, or you need to plan for some training!)…
tain amount of time (usually a calendar year). If you work at all during your benefit year, you need to claim those earnings and your weekly benefit could be reduced. However, your money stays in the bucket. Smart workers will often work part time and/or temporary jobs in order to extend their claim - make your money last longer. If you claim your benefits in full every week, it will typically run out in 6 months."
More often than not that worked... check w/ your state though. Seriously it's the smart thing to do.…