When you join a field like light industrial work or nursing, you’re accepting that shift work becomes a part of your life. In most cases, these schedules are split into three shifts – first, second, and third. While hours vary by company, typically you can think of it like morning to early afternoon, afternoon to late evening, and overnight.
It’s Friday Beer Blog’s sixth drink! In the latest installment of this weekly blog series, we will be taking a look at Samuel Adams Summer Ale. So sit back and let this beer be your inspiration for summer days ahead.
Welcome to Friday Beers Blog #4! This is the fourth installment in our brewsading series. This time we’re taking on Old Nation Brewing’s M-43.
Many businesses deal with increased demand during the holidays and need to find the labor to help deliver the goods quickly. Especially in specific industries like retail, delivery logistics, and seasonal recreation, businesses need to have a plan for how to fill holiday staffing needs.
Have you ever considered becoming a recruiter? People often think recruiters carelessly place candidates in temporary positions. Maybe you’ve heard the rumor that recruiters are impersonal, hard to reach and only in it for the paycheck. In our experience, nothing could be further from the truth. Maybe some recruiters are afraid to roll up their sleeves and get a little dirty, but not at Workbox.
When searching for new employees, whether temporary employees, holidays help or full-time staff, determining the right wage for each and position is important. Other than fitting their pay into your budget, the wage should reflect the responsibilities of the job and the quality of the work you expect.
When I tell people that I work in staffing, it is not uncommon for me to receive one of the following responses: ‘wow, that’s a tough industry,’ ‘I did that for six months, and it was too stressful,’ or ‘that must be so hard.’ Moreover, the truth is, they are right. The work is very challenging, but isn’t anything in life that reaps a great reward? So, for all my fellow crazy, insane work ethic, persevering, staffing superheroes, I put together a feel-good list of five things I love about staffing.
To work both effectively and efficiently, a staffing agency must operate as seamlessly as possible. This relies heavily on not only the way your employees interact but the roles they play within the organization. When staffing agency teamwork breaks down — for example, reward if a particular employee is out sick, has been promoted, or leaves the company — communication falters and puts the entire team out of sync. This can quickly lead to details slipping through the cracks, which in turn means your agency might miss vital opportunities for pairing a client with a potential hire. Working as a team is crucial to your company, but also to the clients and employees being served.