Reasons for quitting the job by temporary workers

The temporary jobs have been on a substantial growth plane with temporary help services growing continues to materially outpacing the overall employment growth. The U.S. staffing companies or firms accounted for 2.6% of non-farm payrolls or about 2.86 million workers during the month of May-2014. Amidst this growth rate in temporary jobs, a hidden problem faces the organization when hiring the services of temporary workers or employees and this relates to the workers quitting the jobs after they start on their assignments. The employer or organization therefore, should re-look into the reasons as to why the temporary workers are forced to quit the job and rectify them to finish off their projects.

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Employee happiness matters more for staffing firms

Staffing industry as a whole is a competitive one and is worth over 121 billion-dollar industry.  In this type of atmosphere, there is every possibility that these firms getting into a problem or going bust if they did not maintain an ethical culture in the workplace. Staffing agencies can reap the rewards of more motivated and productive employees resulting in getting greater financial success. For staffing agencies or firms, they should look up to their employees first to keep their clients happy. According to a recent survey carried on by Career Bliss, the most content U.S. workers or employees have credited their overall job satisfaction to employee incentives, benefits, career advancement and work-life balance provided by their respective staffing agencies or firms.

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The emergence of online staffing segment

The online staffing can be defined as an online platform that helps specific hires and specific workers to enter into a contract and transact work arrangements. The online staffing involves staffing firms providing staffing services to their client in hourly or project based tasks or roles by using very fast and highly automated online platform. The recent survey of the contingent work force buyers has found a sudden increase in plans to use online staffing. It is assumed that at least ten percent of the contingent work force buyers are expected to go for online staffing over the coming years.

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The people behind the running of staffing services

The staffing industry as such is the second fastest growing industry in the United States with a projected growth of 5% in 2014. The annual turnover is expected to reach by more than $137 billion. The total U.S temporary staffing market forecast in 2014 is expected to reach about 95% of the historical peak adjusted to inflation as per the Staffing Industry Analysts – U.S. Staffing Industry Forecast. The staffing employment for the week ended June.9-15 was up by 4.59% compared with the same week during 2013. The staffing agencies or firms are forced to downsize and merge in order to stay competitive and lean.

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