Client Services

What Does Heber Associates Have To Offer The Client?


Temporary staffing services are services provided by Heber Associates.  Heber hires its own employees and assigns them to clients to support or supplement the client’s workforce in situations such as employee absences, temporary skill shortages, seasonal workloads, and special assignments and projects.  Heber has the responsibility for ensuring the capabilities and skills of the individuals it supplies.  The client has supervisory responsibility for the employees and management accountability for the function performed by the employees at the work site in regard to results or output.


Temporary-to-hire services combine elements of both temporary help and full-time placement.  Under these arrangements, the client asks Heber to recruit individuals who may be interested in full-time work and assigns them to the client for a trial period during which both the client and the individual can evaluate the relationship.  During the trial period, Heber employs the individual in the same manner as in any other temporary assignment and pays all wages, benefits, and statutory insurance coverages.  After a designated period of time, if the client and the temporary employee agree to enter into a full-time employment relationship, the individual’s relationship with the staffing firm is terminated.  The employee is not charged a placement fee under the temporary-to-hire arrangement.  The employer may or may not be charged a fee under a traditional employment agency placement arrangement.


Placement services are provided by Heber Associates that brings together, for a fee, job seekers and potential employers for the purpose of establishing a regular, full-time employment relationship.


Payrolling services involve an arrangement in which the client, not Heber recruits the workers but asks Heber to hire the person or persons and assign them to perform services for the client.  An example is where the client has specialized needs and is in the best position to screen applicants for the required skills.


Long-term staffing involves a supply of employees from the staffing firm to work on long-term, indefinite assignments.  Long-term staffing can involve just one or a few individuals, or it can involve a significant portion of the staff required to operate some specific client function on an on-going basis.  In the latter case, it is sometimes referred to as “facilities staffing.”