Spherion is putting its stake in 2021 - claiming the year as a moment in time that stands to leave lasting marks on the company, its offices across the country and the clients, workforce and job seekers it supports each day.
PrideStaff, a national, franchised staffing organization, is pleased to announce that they were ranked number 38 on Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2020 Largest Industrial Staffing Firms in the United States.
AtWork, one of the nation's largest and fastest growing staffing franchises, announced today that, despite the ongoing pandemic, sales numbers are beginning to improve, outpacing even those of 2019 during the same timeframe.
Nearly 7 in 10 Canadian hiring decision-makers agree that looking at a candidate’s social media profiles is an effective way to screen applicants, according to a new survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals.
Sandler is one of the largest training organizations in the world, providing innovative customer-focused content, tools and resources designed to increase performance and stature of those involved in revenue generation.
PrideStaff, a national, franchised staffing organization, is pleased to announce that they climbed to number 230 on the exclusive 2020 Franchise Times Top 200+ list, after entering the list at number 237 in 2019.
Compared to 2019, fewer than half of Canadian hiring decision-makers (45%) expect wages to increase in 2020, according to a new survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals.
PrideStaff has announced that their Fresno office is supporting firefighters and assisting in local fire efforts by making charitable donations on behalf of individuals who submit a qualifying client referral.
As unemployment numbers continue to drop after historic highs earlier in the year, the latest data from Express Employment Professionals shows open positions in North America have returned to pre-pandemic levels.
In a time of record unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 81% of hiring decision-makers say their company has had extended job vacancies resulting in less motivated employees, loss in revenue and lower employee morale.
A majority of Canadian hiring decision-makers (90%) prefer sick workers to stay home and take the day off in what many see as a shift in company culture regarding sick employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic.