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Temporary staffing firms the first to feel recovery
Omaha World-Herald    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Staffing firms benefit during recovery periods. Temporary workers make a workforce more flexible, so they are among the first cut during an economic slump and among the first hired during times of economic growth. "Temporary staffing experiences outstanding growth in the earliest phases of a growing economy, even before unemployment rates begin to improve, and is considered a leading indicator of future employment levels," said Medical Solutions CEO Scott Anderson. "This growth cycle persists all the way through peak employment levels." More



Expected US temporary hiring lifts staffing company shares
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Businesses wary about the U.S. presidential election and the outlook for fiscal policy will probably hire temporary workers in the fourth quarter rather than full timers. "As payroll hiring increases, temp hiring will increase as well, and it will probably still have a bit of an outsized increase simply because of the uncertainties on taxes and the fiscal cliff," said Steve Blitz, senior economist of ITG Investment Research. More

Integrating social into the staffing organization
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Unlike many other industries that can have long, complicated sales cycles, staffing can be an exception to that rule. Staffing emergencies can require same day turnaround on a hiring need. Relationships based upon proven performance and trust is paramount to growing the business and answering the call when a quick turn is needed. More

More companies using temp positions as tryouts
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As one of the biggest staffing firms in the world, Robert Half International is on the front lines of the job market. Globe reporter Katie Johnston sat down with New England district president Bill Driscoll to ask him about the local employment outlook, including the increasing use of temp employees. More



Temp employment slips in September
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The number of temporary help services jobs fell by 2,000 in September from August for total employment in the industry of 2.53 million, according to seasonally adjusted numbers released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, the numbers of temporary jobs in both July and August were revised upward. The new numbers show a slight gain in temporary help services jobs in August instead of the 4,900-job loss initially reported. The temporary employment penetration rate was 1.90 percent in September, unchanged from August. More

Optimize your hiring practices to predict success
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When the employment market changed drastically five years ago, so too did the recruiting and hiring practices across companies large and small. Those employers that were hiring sought individuals to fit specific functions and waited until they found a complete fit for their requirements. The sudden sizable job applicant pool afforded them this "luxury." In turn, their hiring techniques became aligned with this attitude. This luxury, however, did not necessarily translate into hiring successful, long-standing employees. More

Lesson from this recession
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A recession has a harsh way rapidly reshaping a business landscape, and recruitment's tectonic plates are shifting. We are heading towards a place where recruiters will have much greater demands placed upon them by both their clients and candidates. It will become commonplace for even the smallest businesses to build sophisticated direct hiring channels, whilst being far more aware of their employer branding online. More


 

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