It takes a day to process all paperwork
It's fast. like an interview and a couple practice cold calls
A week or two with the interviews, filling out documents, taking a drug test, etc
Past experience was post haste or almost immediately
I signed documents but still have not heard anything. It's been a couple months already.
This process has started twice for me with two different Employers. The recruiters are more for the Client than for the Employees. No permanent position as of yet.
Very fast. They are using a newer method over Skype like product. It really is very productive for all
Hiring involves a face-to-face interview; lots of paperwork; skills testing, such as typing speed, online multiple-choice filing questions; data entry speed; basic numerical calculations; prior job references; resume; job history; and I-9 documents. How quickly that is completed is up to both the office and the applicant. However, after an "unavailable for work" time period, most documents can be signed online and an updated resume, recent work reference, and I-9 items can update your file to begin searching again.
I was hired under unusual circumstances. I had previously worked for the paired company as an intern. Robert Half's contract work felt like an extension of that internship. A manager approached me and asked if I wanted to continue working here as a contract worker. I agreed. The hiring process was quick and easy, only about 2 days long.
2 weeks for background anddrug test