Staffing Glossary: 8 Terms You Need to Know

If you’re new to using staffing services, you’re probably unfamiliar with staffing industry lingo. Read on for explanations of some terms you’ll likely come across in the staffing world, and that you’ll probably see on our blog and website.

Types of Staffing: Agencies Offer More than Temporary Placements

What services do staffing companies offer? Your first thought is likely temporary employees who work on a short-term basis. And while staffing firms do offer short-term temps, most offer a variety of services that can meet an employer’s various hiring needs. Let’s take a look at the three major staffing offerings.

5 Heat Safety Tips for the Workplace this Summer

After a harsh winter in many parts of the country, Americans are looking forward to rising temperatures this summer. But hot weather can be hazardous for employees, whether they’re working outside in jobs like farming or construction or in a hot indoor environment, such as a food processing warehouse or manufacturing facility.

Why Use Temporary Staffing? Our Top 5 Reasons

You may have heard that over 90% of companies use temporary staffing agencies for various hiring and recruiting needs. These businesses, from Fortune 500s to small companies, clearly see the benefits of outsourcing these responsibilities.

The Hidden Costs of Overtime (and How to Save them with Temp Staffing)

As business picks up here and there during the busy season, overtime sometimes presents itself as a solution to extra odds and ends that need to get done. From the perspective of a business owner, it’s usually just about paying a premium cost for a little bit more of your current employees’ time — little harm done, right?

Safety “Spring Cleaning” for Temporary Staffing Firms

According to the calendars, at least, it’s springtime, and that means that for many temporary staffing firms, it’s the beginning of the busy season. The busy season means that more customers will come on board, which means more associates to place, which means more potential for injury if your safety program isn’t up to speed. So, how about a little spring cleaning?