Employers like a Banyan tree

Employees come and go, but employers(staffing firms) stay there like a Banyan tree:

In a staffing firm, an employee won’t stay for long, and definitely not forever. Isn’t it true that employees use staffing firms as a ladder to climb up, and don't all employees love this quote -“Love your job, but not your employer”?

What this means, at least according to me, is that the recruiter takes care of finding the right job, giving the right suggestions, guiding through the employees’s interview and what not. Some times, recruiters go personally to the interview locations, wishing the employees all the best, keeping a tight nerve like a family member, and parting for success for very less money. But the employee takes all the money giving no room for the recruiter.

Hmmm… Poor recruiters and BDMs work like slaves, working all day, gaining all the functional knowledge, but at the end of the day, do they just gain a pinch out of it? And on the other hand, we have technical consultants who go to the clients’ place, browse the internet for coding tips, cut and paste and modify the existing code and get paid big bucks. Isn’t it biased? One fine day, the employee vanishes for a better job, or just loses the job due to underperformance.

On top of this, the staffing firms stand like banyan trees, without changing the numbers for years together, and just work: work hand-to-hand with the client for just a penny.

We are introducing the new concept of staffing - "Entrepreneurial recruiter -where the recruiter will stand tall and strong like a banyan tree, make the maximum money out of the bill rate, and enjoy the hard earnings in the smart way.


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"Introducing the new concept of staffing, Entrepreneurial recruiter, where the recruiter will stand tall and strong like a banyan tree, makes the maximum money out of the bill rate, and enjoy the hard earnings in the smart way."