IT Staffing

WE EMPLOY THE BEST TO KEEP YOUR BUSINESS MOVING

We put the right people in the right place at the right time:

OKAYA provides the staffing services which keep your business moving. Securing exceptional IT talent quickly is a critical need for expanding and successful corporations.
Our Technical Staffing Services empowers our client’s technical success by connecting them with pre-screened, talented, agile, and motivated professionals.

Our Candidates are cutting-edge Technology Professionals:

Our talented IT candidates are experienced in working with a variety of emerging technologies, programming languages, hardware, and platforms. We staff all experience levels within web, mobile, software, network, big data, social, and technical support initiatives. Based on your technical environment and company culture, we provide specialized, trusted candidates to meet your needs.

A STAFFING AGENCY WITH FLEXIBLE STAFFING OPTIONS

Today, many companies are leveraging the services of staffing companies to gain access to talent and adjust their workforce based on the cyclical needs of their business. OKAYA is a staffing agency that offers flexible staffing options. Our industry-focused expertise enables us to understand the complexity of your business. Whether your need is short-term or permanent, OKAYA can fulfill contract, contract-to-hire and direct placement staffing needs.

Contract Staffing:

Our contract staffing services enable you to fill short-term needs for qualified employees. Companies rely on a staffing agency’s Contract Staffing Services to support upcoming projects, meet seasonal requirements and reduce their workforce during the slow periods. At OKAYA, contract staffing services enable you to fill short-term needs for qualified employees. Hiring individuals on a contract basis allows you company to maintain proper staff levels and retain the talent available today, while reducing employee-related costs.

Contract to Hire Staffing:

In today’s working environment, contract to hire is a pretty common thing. The idea of “try before you buy” for employers isn’t going anywhere in the near future; it will likely increase in prominence in the coming years.

That’s why most of the employers these days ask us to find the employees as a contract to hire, to “try before they buy” and find out if candidates are as great as they say they are, before paying candidates a nice salary. The employee also gets the benefit of “trying before buying”.