5 Signs It’s Time to Jump on the Temporary Staffing Bandwagon

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According to Staffing Industry Analysts, the use of temporary staffing will likely hit record numbers in 2013. Why? Because most employers are still gun-shy about hiring full-time. Hiring temporary workers gives them the capacity to take on new projects and meet deadlines, all without adding to their permanent overhead. Plus, nowadays, most employers know that… Read more »

5 Signs It’s Time to Hire

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With a New Year, come new challenges and opportunities. And, as one of Rancho Cordova’s top staffing firms, we know it’s a good time to start asking whether you have the right team members in place to hit the ground running – and make 2012 great. If you’re not sure, here are some signs that… Read more »

A Thanksgiving “Thank You” from Pacific Staffing

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The staffing industry has changed significantly over the past few years. We’re lucky, though, in that even though we’ve faced our share of challenges, our industry has also fared better than most. Take, for instance, recent staffing industry statistics from the American Staffing Association (ASA). According to ASA, from 2009 through 2011, U.S. staffing agencies… Read more »

6 Tips for Handling Hospital Layoffs

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As a Sacramento-based medical staffing agency, we know that hospital layoffs are painful – no matter how you look at them. Not only are the staff members who are laid off upset, but remaining personnel are left feeling uncertain about the future. And while layoffs may be necessary, they can have a serious impact on… Read more »

Dealing With the Costly Issue of Turnover

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If you run a company in Rancho Cordova, you’ve most likely experienced turnover. Some turnover is good, especially if you have an unproductive employee. Some turnover is out of your control, like if an employee’s spouse gets relocated or they have a baby and stop working. But sometimes turnover is the direct result of something… Read more »