Benefits of Becoming a Contract Worker

Becoming a contract worker opens many doors and has many benefits that you do not always get with permanent roles. If you find the working environment is what you are looking for, you can work with your staffing agency or employer to look for permanent work within the company.

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Benefits of Hiring Contract Employees

There is a huge skills gap causing one-half million manufacturing jobs to go unfilled. According to the latest Gartner report, only 16% of new hires have the skills they need to do the job. To combat these issues, contracted employees can use their highly specialized skills to relieve pressure within your business. Staffing agencies such…

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2023 Predictions

In the last few weeks, we have been asked what we think the end of 2022 will look like for our industries, as well as the predictions of how 2023 will begin. We have compiled our office calls and shared what we expect in the New Year.

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Critical Business Practices for 2023

Over the past year, we have listened to the pain points our industries have been facing. We have had conversations with leaders in the board room to employees on the plant floor. We attended many conferences and webinars in 2022. We share what we learned over the last year and practices that are a MUST…

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Pain Points in the Hiring Process

The competition for talent has never been more rigorous. Once an employee has joined a company, it has become increasingly more difficult to retain them. We discuss the current market conditions and delve into the minds of the talent pool. We provide real-time data revealing the pain points in the hiring and onboarding processes and…

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The Real Cost of a Bad Hire

A bad hire can cost a company 30% of the hire’s first-year salary, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The longer the open position stays unfilled, the more money a company loses. The worse hires a company onboards, the more time wasted on supervising the underperforming employee. Time is money and these bad hires…

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The Future of U.S. Manufacturing

400,000 new jobs in the U.S. are predicted to be created due to reshoring, according to the Reshoring Initiative 2021 Data Report. U.S. manufacturing is massively supported by U.S. Americans. The higher price of a domestically manufactured product often is purchased over a more inexpensive foreign manufactured product.

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Red Flags in an Interview

Red flags in the hiring process for interviewees are real. We are here to help highlight some red flags that you should not overlook. When going into an interview, you need to be adequately prepared, this includes prepping yourself to notice warning signs. Learn more about how to catch these red flags in an interview…

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How to Retain Talent

Invest in the Big Picture. By making resourceful investments in your staff, you are signaling to prospective employees and current staff that you care about your people, and don’t see them as numbers and dollars. Attracting potential impact players is the first step in retaining high valued talent. Learn about a few proven ways to…

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The Future of Work is Gen Z

The future of work is Gen Z, and learning to effectively engage and retain Gen Z talent is the key to success for any team and the next big challenge recruiters need to prepare for. The Gen Z workforce is looking for more from their company than ever before, but they are also bringing more…

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