For years, we have been committed to providing access to temporary employees for companies and helping to find temporary work for thousands of people throughout Poland. Cooperation with our temporary employment agency will provide the right employees for your company.
We are a temporary employment agency from Warsaw with offices in such cities as:
In these cities, we mediate in providing temporary work to all interested candidates and their future employer.
Our temporary employment agency is characterized by a large number of job offers. Thanks to this, we are able to choose the best option that will satisfy our customers. During recruitment, we pay particular attention to the experience, qualification requirements and skills of the candidates. We offer arranging the necessary documents needed to perform legal work. In addition, we take on all the employer's obligations related to recruitment.
In accordance with the regulations in force in Poland regarding the employment of foreigners, we offer you employment, recruitment and delivery of employees from Ukraine and other Eastern European countries.
The offer of our employment agency also includes personal consulting. Our consultants have many years of experience in searching, recruiting and selecting candidates.
Employee leasing is an IDEAL AND FLEXIBLE form of employing employees. The proof of this statement is the multitude of satisfied employers who point to many measurable benefits of this form of employment
Visastart Group presents employees to perform co-packing orders. We have our own transport, accommodation for employees and experienced coordinators who will control all employee processes.
When choosing an employment agency, you should pay attention to many factors, such as the needs of the company, the type of work and the availability of employees on the labor market.
Here are some potential benefits of such cooperation
A temporary employment agency helps in finding the right employees in a short time, which is especially useful in the event of urgent needs related to emergency situations, e.g. to prevent the plant from stopping.
A company using a temporary employment agency can reduce costs of formalities related to recruitment and training of employees, because the agency employs employees, is responsible for their remuneration, insurance and training.
Temporary work can be a good solution for companies that need flexibility in hiring employees, for example seasonally or in connection with short-term projects.
The cost of temporary employment agency services depends on many factors, including the level of remuneration of temporary employees, duration of the assignment, type of work, economic sector, location, and also from competition in the market.
The temporary employment agency's margin, i.e. the difference between the amount that the client pays to the agency and the amount that the agency pays to the employee, may also vary depending on several factors:
Salary lever The higher the remuneration of the temporary worker, the higher the margin may be required by the agency to cover the costs related to the recruitment, employment and training of temporary workers.
Duration of the order A longer order may be more profitable for a temporary employment agency, which may affect the amount of the margin.
Type of work Some types of work require more commitment and expertise, which can affect the agency's margin.
Competition A high level of competition on the market may force employment and temporary work agencies to offer a lower margin to attract customers.
It is worth noting that the margin of a temporary employment agency can be negotiated, and the amount of the margin depends on many factors, such as the size of the order, duration of the order, constant cooperation with the client or agreed terms of cooperation.
A temporary worker can be entrusted with many different tasks and works, depending on the needs of a given enterprise or company. An employer who has decided to use a temporary employment agency may entrust such an employee with:
Production works May perform production related work such as packaging, sorting, labeling, assembling, testing or operating machinery.
Warehouse work It can help organize and receive goods, complete orders, operate forklifts, or keep the warehouse tidy.
Administrative works It can help in keeping documentation, operating the office, archiving or preparing reports.
Trade work He can work at the cash register, in customer service, as well as in the sales department.
Work in gastronomy - Can help with food preparation, customer service, cleaning, as well as bar work.
Seasonal work It can help in seasonal work, e.g. picking fruit or vegetables, cleaning beaches or servicing tourists.
Construction work It can carry out individual construction works or even assembly work carried out on the construction site.
Ultimately, a temporary worker can do many different jobs, depending on skills and experience, but also on the needs of the company.
You can recognize a temporary employment agency by the fact that the company recruits and hires workers who are then loaned to other companies for a certain period of time.
The temporary employment agency offers recruitment services, employee selection, training, as well as management of remuneration, insurance and administrative issues related to the employment of employees.
The benefits of employing a temporary employment agency include: the ability to quickly find employees, flexibility in employment, reduction of costs related to recruitment and training of employees, as well as lower risk associated with employing employees.
A temporary worker has the same rights and obligations as a permanent worker. This means that he must be adequately remunerated, have health and social security coverage, and have guaranteed days off.
Yes, employment agencies may employ an employee on a permanent basis after a certain period of performing temporary work, if such conditions have been agreed in advance.
A company using a temporary employment agency bears the costs related to the remuneration of employees, fees for agency services and administrative costs. These costs are usually higher than in the case of permanent employment.
Yes, using a temporary employment agency is legal and regulated by law. Employment agencies must operate in accordance with applicable labor and social security laws.
Temporary employment agencies offer a wide range of forms of employment. People who are looking for employment can primarily count on employment on the basis of civil law contracts or employment on the basis of a fixed-term employment contract.