Use temporary staffing for accounting projects

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Posted by : Dated : 06/13/14 Comments : Add a comment

The definition of temporary staffing has changed quite a bit and it is not the same as it was some few decades back. The term temporary worker in the past was synonymous with clerical jobs and seasonal work. Now with the changing times, the temporary workers or employees are defined as a talented group who should be a necessary part of a company’s flexible staffing strategy. In case of looking for hiring temporary accounting professionals for various accounting projects, organizations can take the help of temporary staffing agencies or firms. Accounting and finance professionals usually have skill sets that are transferable and can benefit companies without any geographical boundaries. wpautop

The reasons behind the growth of the contingent work force

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Posted by : Dated : 06/6/14 Comments : Add a comment

Contingent work force is now regarded as the workforce of the future with a majority of staffing industry professionals or staffing agencieschoosing temporary staffing business as their core businesses. The 2014 Buyers Survey conducted by the Staffing Industry Analysts on companies (with more that 1000 or more employees) reveals that buyers are most bullish about expanding their use of highly skilled contingent workers, Statement Of Work or SOW consultants, offshore workers and outsourced companies. Staffing buyers are planning to increase the contingent work force that will most likely include the use of SOW or Statement of Work contracts over the next ten years. wpautop

Disciplinary policies pertaining to temporary staffing

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Posted by : Dated : 05/30/14 Comments : Add a comment

Temporary staffing is booming these days due to slow increase in the permanent jobs. It is estimated that one out of ten employees or workers are getting jobs through temporary staffing agencies. According to the American Staffing Association or ASA data, the U.S. staffing companies employed on an average of 2.96 million temporary and contract workers per week during the first quarter of 2014 that is up by 3.2% from the same period in 2013. Temporary and contract staffing sales totaled about $26.64 billion during the first quarter of 2014 which is 2.6% higher than the same period in 2013. wpautop

The change in hospital staffing trends in United States

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Posted by : Dated : 05/23/14 Comments : Add a comment

The importance of primary care in the health care sector in the United States has gained prominence due to the rise in the aging population, physician workforce shortage and health care reforms.  The Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obama Care encourages the value based payment by providing insurance coverage to more than thirty million newly insured patients. The payment is shifting from fee-for-service to one that is putting the hospitals at risk for patient care both inside and outside the hospital premises. In addition to more primary care providers, hospitals as of now are aggressively hiring emergency physicians, care coordinators, clinical pharmacists, health IT and data experts and other patient care advocates. wpautop

The emergence of temporary employee as a staffing model

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Posted by : Dated : 05/16/14 Comments : Add a comment

The recessionary periods of the mid 2000’s and the recovery later one has resulted in the businesses and companies adopting temporary staffing as the best staffing model. In the United States, staffing firms employ about three million people every week and about eleven million temporary and contract employees are being hired by these staffing agencies as per the data provided by the American Staffing Association (ASA). It is estimated that temporary workers or employees make up roughly about 2% of the U.S. labor force. After the end of the recession, the staffing agencies have helped in creating more jobs than any other sector. wpautop

Some issues related to temporary staffing

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Posted by : Dated : 05/9/14 Comments : Add a comment

In the United States, there were about 3.4 million staffing agency jobs created during 2013, which is about 2.25% of total national employment as per the report released by the National Employment Law Project. This sector grew by 41% from 2008 to 2012. Majority of Americans who cannot find permanent jobs find temporary jobs as their de facto career without any benefits such as vacation, sick days and insurance. Some of the temporary jobs or temping involves doing job assignments for a few months from one job to the other jobs. wpautop

The importance of embracing newest IT trends for staffing firms

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Posted by : Dated : 05/2/14 Comments : Add a comment

Organizations are facing challenges in the form of new technologies that are helpful in creating opportunities to run businesses profitably by cutting the unnecessary costs and zeroing on what actually provides value. According to the staffing industry experts, when compared with other industries the technology spent in the staffing industry is below average in terms of percentage of revenue and per full time equivalent employee. The global average across industries as per the Gartner’s Study is 4.5% of revenue. Therefore, there exists the need for staffing agencies to focus on technology spending to remain competitive and remain above their competitors. wpautop

The growth in IT staffing services during 1st quarter

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Posted by : Dated : 04/25/14 Comments : Add a comment

The human resource experts are still bullish on IT staffing with the data released by Staffing Industry Pulse Survey on IT staffing revealing a median year over year growth of 13% along with the strongest bill rate trends when compared with other sectors or segments. The IT staffing firms are considering imbibing additional working capital and payroll funding into their businesses. The demand for IT staffing services is solid in the first quarter and is in tandem with the activity levels of its previous quarter. On a year-to-year comparison, staffing firms across all sectors employed 9.6% more temporary workers than in the same month in 2013 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. wpautop

Temporary staffing seeing the rising trends

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Posted by : Dated : 04/18/14 Comments : Add a comment

Temporary staffing is once again picking up with many staffing firms getting busier with the demand for temporary staffing growing from their client organizations. Organizations are now using temporary workers as a vehicle to feel out the staffing levels and they see them as sustainable entities to be converted into permanent employees or hires. Especially, companies in the IT sector, Life Sciences are looking up for good temporary workers or employees to help them in completing their projects. The conversion rate from temporary to permanent employment is probably higher in IT sector even though the in-demand workers in those fields are able to negotiate for better and faster pay raises by crossing over from one contract to the next. wpautop

The Critical Role of Headhunters in Recruitment

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Posted by : Dated : 04/11/14 Comments : Add a comment

Headhunters as such are playing an important role for more than five decades especially in the United States where the profession of headhunting has grown very fast. Headhunting services have spread globally. It is estimated that in China there are more than 50,000 headhunting firms. The retained executive search that is one of the key branches of headhunting is generating revenues of more than US$10 billion per annum globally. The headhunters or headhunting firms usually identify, source and select very few exceptionally brilliant higher-level executives for a given role. wpautop

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