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Employers in the United States plan to hire more temporary workers in 2014 than they did in 2013, according to a recent CareerBuilder survey. If you haven’t already taken time to plan for how you’ll utilize temporary staffing this year, it’s not too late.
Tax season is already underway for tax preparation companies, and business will continue to pick up over the next few months as Tax Day approaches.
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?
It’s no secret that there’s a huge staffing surge to meet consumer need between Thanksgiving and New Years—with results from this year’s Thanksgiving weekend streaming in around $59 billion. While 57 percent of retailers plan to hire seasonal workers at the same level as 2011, 36 percent sa
Since 1973, Bilet Products Company (a subsidiary of United Pacific Forest Products) has been a leading manufacturer of pallets, crates, skids and custom wood boxes, and other lumber products in the Northwest.
DePaul Staffing, a division of DePaul Industries, headquartered in NE Portland, has been ranked the top staffing firm in terms of internal staff size by the Portland Business Journal, moving up three spots from its fourth place position last year. Growth for DePaul has come from aggressive and relentless dedication to its mission of serving the Northwest in placing and employing individuals with disabilities.
Those businesses that can best manage overhead and costs are in the best position to ride out this bumpy economy successfully until things improve. DePaul Staffing helps employers from a variety of business sectors do just that by providing trained, committed and ready-to-roll temporary workers.