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Temporary workers near US record
Bloomberg
The U.S. has added 913,200 temporary workers since the end of the recession in June 2009 — about 19 percent of all new jobs. Their number rose to 2.66 million in April, about 11,300 shy of the April 2000 record, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics figures released May 3.Staffing industry revenue will increase 6 percent annually the next two years to $139.4 billion in 2014, based on an April 9 estimate by Staffing Industry Analysts.
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New York City passes new sick leave law
Mondaq
If at first you don't succeed, try and try again. That is what the New York City Council has done since 2009. And after four years, the result is a controversial sick leave law, the Earned Sick Time Act, which grants many employees in New York City up to 40 hours of paid sick leave per year. All persons performing work for compensation, whether on a full-time, part-time or temporary basis, are counted when determining coverage.
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Simple math trick to boost staffing profits
Staffing Talk
We leave a lot of money on the table in staffing. Perhaps it's because we're so focused on people and relationships. Here's a trick that will help even people that hate math to make quick calculations that can lead to better margins.
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Employment tests are becoming irrelevant for predicting job success
ERE
There are a number of emerging trends in hiring right now that center around the currency of the new millennium: data. The impact of our ability to collect, organize, and interpret data is rapidly changing all areas of the economy. Should employment be any different? There are three ways in which data is slowly killing the employment test as we know it.
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Legal implications of digital reference checking
Recruiting Trends
So you've started to ask questions of candidates' references by email or you are using a digital tool such as Checkster to gather online reference feedback and consolidate it into a report. But have you asked yourself what are the legal implications of doing this?
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More than half of companies in the top 10 world economies have been affected by a bad hire
CareerBuilder
A new study from CareerBuilder shows that hiring the wrong person can have serious implications for companies. More than half of employers in each of the ten largest world economies said that a bad hire (someone who turned out not to be a good fit for the job or did not perform it well) has negatively impacted their business, pointing to a significant loss in revenue or productivity or challenges with employee morale and client relations.
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Want better-performing temps? Onboard them
The Staffing Stream
Take job descriptions, take matched skills and abilities, take high scores for aptitude, fit or technology testing — take all the indicators that point toward success for a temporary employee and set them aside. If you're serious about your contingents' performance, then you've got to onboard them when they arrive for a new work assignment. You've got to get things right from the start, from the moment a temp walks through the door. And I'm not talking just tours and introductions.
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Staffing expert: World of work is changing, recruiters must adapt
PR Web
Recruiters who don't offer contract staffing could be left behind. That was the message staffing industry veteran and performance coach Amy Bingham had for recruiters in her session "The World of Work is Changing. Is Your Firm Adapting?" at the recent Top Echelon National Convention.
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