Our country continues to slowly march toward economic recovery with more people returning to the workforce. The recovery is still unknown, but according to a COVID-19 Staffing Needs Analysis conducted by Hanover Research for Staffmark Group and RGF Staffing, 43% of organizations expect to see a continued impact of COVID-19 on their organizations for the next six to 12 months.
It’s become a common problem: candidates are accepting multiple offers and then not showing up on day one – aka, ghosting their employers. This is not only frustrating to employers, it’s costly too. Luckily, there are steps you can take to reduce it.
National Staffing Employee Week is a time to celebrate the stars of our workforce – YOU, our temporary and contract employees. CEO Geno Cutolo takes a moment to thank our contract and temporary employees for the outstanding work they do each and every day!
In the midst of uncertainty, it’s important to show how much you value your workforce. How you manage this pandemic will have a lasting impact on your employer brand and your ability to attract and retain workers in the future. When this crisis is over, you’re going to need people in place to support the comeback.
You’re certainly not alone if you’ve been managing an increased level of stress and anxiety lately. Nearly 7 in 10 employees reported that COVID-19 is the most stressful time of their professional career. Your mental health impacts all aspects of your personal and professional life. Now, more than ever, each of us need to make it a priority.
COVID-19 has underscored the importance of resilience. This crisis is unpredictable and complex, and it has deeply impacted our personal and professional lives. Recovery will require hard work, patience, and strength.
Budgeting can be difficult enough on a steady paycheck. But when your income varies from one month to the next, getting your finances in order can feel like a daunting task. Here are seven tips to help you organize your finances.
COVID-19 forced many businesses to temporarily close their doors or change the way they work, and I know that many of you were impacted by these changes. The good news is that many areas are beginning to reopen, and so now is the time to take control of your job search.
How are you using LinkedIn? If you’re simply updating your profile every now and then, you’re missing out! There are a number of things you can do on LinkedIn to catch the attention of recruiters, employers, and former coworkers.
We’re excited to announce that Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) has named two of our company’s executives to their 2020 40 Under 40 list: Julie Litteral, VP of field human resources, and Justin McCollum, director of sales. The list, now in its third year, is a shout-out to those moving the industry forward.