Professional Contracting Hub
Professional Contracting Hub

Professional Contracting Hub

We can best exploit our knowledge and skills by applying them directly where they are needed, and this is why you should consider becoming a professional contractor. Contractors use their specific skills to help clients complete projects, they work short-term contracts and earn a higher wage than full-time employees. Contractors are in the unique position of controlling their careers by focusing on the work they want to do. Contractors also have control over their work-life balance, their holiday schedule, and many other facets of their lives.

There has never been a better time to consider professional contracting. Client demand for professional contractors has never been higher, the growing skills gap has seen an escalating war for talent. And you, as a skilled professional, are in the perfect position to take advantage of today’s candidate-empowered talent market. The Cpl Professional Contractor Hub is a one-stop-shop for people who are considering or who already have decided to take control of their future. Whether you are new to contracting, a seasoned professional or simply not ready to retire, our hub and contracting specialises are here to guide you as you build and enhance your career.

The Rise of Professional Contract jobs

Most employers have a wide array of specialised roles they are unable to fill in today's marketplace. The dynamic nature of the workplace means when they do recruit the right talent, the skills they hired for today will be obsolete tomorrow. This growing skills gap means business-critical projects are not being implemented.

To help bridge the gap, organisations are turning to Professional Contractors. 

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Cpl's Professional Contracting Team

Libby Kelly
Michael Fitzgerald
Jennifer Navan
Stephen Tighe
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