Do’s and Don’ts for Contract Staffing

January 10th, 2019

Regulatory compliance has become such a burden that many business owners now hesitate to hire new employees. Keeping up with federal, state, and even city-specific payroll taxes, wage-and-hour laws, insurance mandates, and other requirements is simply too costly—particularly for businesses with employees in multiple states. No wonder, then, that many businesses have found it more […]

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If Your Turnover Is Too High, Look at Your Workplace Culture

November 15th, 2018

Does your business experience high turnover, i.e., the percentage of all full-time positions that have to be refilled each year? Some turnover is to be expected, of course, particularly in low-skill, low-pay jobs. But is your turnover so high that it is affecting your company’s productivity and financials? Have you even had people walk off […]

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For the Best IT Candidates, Don’t Skip the “Req Qualification” Step

October 19th, 2018

As an IT manager looking to fill an open position, you might think your job is done (with a relieved swipe-swipe of your hands) when you provide your comprehensive list of job requirements to your internal HR person. Your internal HR coordinator then hands the hiring req off to an experienced IT recruiter or recruiting […]

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Twenty-five Years in the Making: Observations of the Staffing Industry

July 17th, 2018

As the world changes through time, it seems you don’t realize the full extent until you actually take time to look back. Such is the case for the evolution of the staffing industry since FlexiCorps incorporated in 1992. After hitting the 25-year-in-business milestone, we looked back at what has changed in the staffing and human […]

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Building a Successful Work Culture with Temporary Employees

May 31st, 2018

Gig workers. Independent contractors and consultants. Freelancers. Has your business employed the services of one of these? If you haven’t yet, it is likely that you will in the future. According to a study conducted by Intuit, by 2020 over 40% of American workers will be contingent employees. During our 25 years of working in […]

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