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Summertime is nigh, and many of the industries we work with are already pushing ahead with more production and more staffing activity seasonally than in previous months. But what if your industry isn’t quite there yet? What are some of those key personnel spots that could become an issue in the coming weeks?
As a customer of a Temporary Staffing agency, you’re looking to the agency to provide the top candidates for the position at hand, while ensuring that everything from an HR perspective is handled by the agency. I mean, that’s what you’re paying for, right?
We’ve built our reputation on professional, specialized temporary staffing for clerical and light industrial settings and other industries. Now, we’re formalizing a service that we’ve provided to select customers in the past, offering direct hire placement into permanent full-time jobs: Introducing DePaul Direct!
Whether you’re a Hiring Manager or you work in HR, you may be wondering whether the wages your company offers are still competitive, especially considering salary changes over time: Oregon minimum wage has increased over the past three years, and the
If you’re involved in the food processing industry in eastern Oregon, you know that spring means things are ramping up. From asparagus harvesting to grape vine pruning, to processing greens and beans to preparing for berry season, all hands are needed on deck.
In a recent Interpretation Letter, OSHA outlines how its laws and regulations are applied to employers with temporary staff and staffing agencies.
DePaul Industries is excited to announce its expansion of services to Baltimore, Maryland—another step in our demand-driven geographic expansion as outlined in our Strategic Plan.
Are you concerned about reducing costs, increasing productivity and reducing employee turnover? Of course you are, and of course every successful business owner would explore any and all ways in which to do so. So, have you considered hiring workers with disabilities?
It’s not too surprising that most companies hire internally. From a 2011 survey of 200 companies, internal hiring accounted for 41 percent of all hiring. In this weak economy, internal hiring is likely to increase as companies assume that it is the most cost-effective hiring solution.
You’ve heard of staffing organizations, of course—but ‘alternative’ staffing organizations? So, is that just a different way of running a staffing agency?