Lean Six Sigma: Would You Consider a Contract Position?

They started out as a healthcare staffing firm in Norwalk, Conn., more than a dozen years ago. According to an article from InsuranceNewsNet, Lisa and Howard Chubinsky — the founders of Staff Providers, LLC — eventually turned their focus to placing Lean Six Sigma black belt candidates and others who had gained quality certifications in positions with manufacturing corporations, mid-sized companies, health care systems, hospitals, and other businesses across the country. Now, they’re fine tuning that focus even more.

Staff Providers says that it is providing contract staffing services due to the demands of its clients. And the candidates are pleased with the additional services too. Staff Providers is now able to help them to obtain health care benefits. In the past, the lack of benefits prevented a number of highly qualified candidates from considering contract jobs, as they’d have to spend too much providing their own catastrophic health insurance plan.

According to Lisa Chubinsky, contract work is especially attractive to those who are interested in using and developing their skills in a lot of different industries. Companies, still leery after the recession, are reluctant to hire people without testing them out first, she explained, so the contract option also works to their advantage.

Would you, as a Lean Six Sigma black belt, work as a contractor or would you prefer to be hired as a full time employee? The great thing about being certified in Lean Six Sigma is the doors it can open for you, providing you with job options you might not have had otherwise. Companies are always looking to save money and improve their quality of service. With a black belt, you can be the one to help them do that. For more information on Lean Six Sigma training, contact us.

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Author: Thomas Pyzdek

Consultant, author, owner of The Pyzdek Institute