New York, NY /PRNewswire/ - HireArt, Inc. today announced the launch of their new benefits packages which provide quality, affordable benefits for their contract employees. HireArt, a Y-Combinator startup that provides contract staffing to technology companies, aims to drastically change the way that benefits are offered to contractors. In the age of the gig economy, where freelancers have to choose between career freedom and better benefits, HireArt's new packages are unique.
In 2018, the company worked to radically change their benefits offering to match what their biggest clients, including Facebook, Google, and Airbnb, offer full-time employees.
The staffing industry has frequently come under fire for offering sub-par benefits and leaving their employees with little options. HireArt's focus on career development, employee satisfaction, and a higher quality of life for contractors was the driving force behind their benefit restructuring.
HireArt's new benefit packages ensure an easy sign-up process and innovative options to encourage employees to participate. As of January 2019, employees will have access to the following benefits:
"We want to create a positive impact on people's lives as they move through the stress of the hiring process," said Chris Forbes, CEO at HireArt. "Offering world-class benefits supports our vision to transform contract staffing for contractors and employers."
For more information about HireArt visit www.hireart.com/employer.
Y-Combinator graduate, HireArt, is an innovative technology company that provides contract staffing to companies like Facebook, Google, and Airbnb. Their automated platform uses work sample and video assessments to determine if a candidate is an ideal fit for a role. With a goal of bringing the contract staffing industry into the modern age and assisting candidates with career growth, HireArt is changing the way technology companies hire contract employees and providing a seamless and transparent experience for candidates and employers alike.
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