ABOUT CONTEMPORARIES

We take care in finding the right match for our people, which is why most are offered permanent roles.

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Best Temp Agency in Boston MA

Contemporaries’ recruiters work collectively as a team. We do not depend solely on the job description to fill a particular position. Instead, we take the time to know our clients and candidates and develop partnerships, with the mutual goal of securing winning combinations with every placement we make.

People are much more complex than the skills and experience listed on their resume. That’s why our temp agency in Boston MA goes well beyond the resume when it comes to making job matches. Candidates are selected based on their skills, as well as their ability to flourish and succeed in the work environment. We have developed a sophisticated response analysis methodology which weighs the attributes that decide whether a candidate will be the ideal match for a specific position.

Our techniques are different from other temp agencies in Boston MA because they involve a qualitative, measured approach, rather than chance and an impersonal resume. Our expertise and unique methodology are just some of the reasons we have consistently been given impeccable ratings by our clients and candidates.

Contemporaries team members are responsible for identifying and recruiting the highest quality candidates. Once an individual is placed in a position, our recruiters continue to work closely with clients, implementing quality assurance methods and practices, for complete customer satisfaction. Our value to you is sending the very best candidate, accurately reading nuances, and recognizing patterns of behavior that are predictors for job success. Put our expertise to work for you. Save yourself time and money, and avoid the frustration which comes with mismatches when you work with Contemporaries to hire temps in Boston MA.

Contemporaries provides local clients with the “best choice” candidate, at a moment’s notice. We have a proven track for making the excellent client-candidate matches the first time around.

Our Mission

To make your job easier by delivering extraordinary talent with unsurpassed urgency.

Our Guarantee

Total Client Satisfaction.

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