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How to Ace Your Interview with a Construction Staffing Agency

According to a recent report, the last two years have set a new record for the demand of temp labor. But what’s more interesting is the prediction for a growth in this industry trend for 2015 as well. The organizations might be in for a “flexible workforce” only; that doesn’t mean you can’t make the

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How Staffing Agency Is Different and Why You Should Consider One

One of the rather unique trends of 2015 is that the active-recruiting approaches are to be replaced by candidate-driven marketplace. Less than 5% of the big firms might be the ones to have adopted it already but that doesn’t mean it’s any less impactful. This is because yet another trend that companies ought to hire

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Gender Bias and the Temp Industry: Is Your Workplace Discriminating Women?

Gender Bias and the Temp Industry: Is Your Workplace Discriminating Women? According to a recent study, managers, irrespective of their own gender, were more likely to hire men than women. It may be attributed to the women’s inability to brag about their talents and ambition during the hiring process. Or it may be attributed to

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Worthy Construction Labor? Not too hard to find.

Now that the construction Industry is on the rise again, demand for skilled labor has also accelerated. The housing bust and the recession scared away many potential construction workers. The industry was steadily declining 8% per annum and ejected 2.5 million workers collectively, from 2006-2009. The profiling of the workers showed that they were mostly

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Temporary Labor Market: On the Rise

President Barack Obama’s administration, during both terms, has seen many ups and downs. Many times he was politically detested but still, that did not stop him from raising his voice for the right things. As quoted by him, “By almost every measure, the American economy and American workers are better off than when I took

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USA Construction Labor: Safety and Health Regulations

On August 2, 1995, the United States Department of Labor issued the Safety and Health Regulations. These deal with the regulations to be applied in general industry, maritime, recordkeeping, agriculture, state plan and construction. Organizational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) is charged with the reinforcement for the regulations. Although there are 29 subparts, this article

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Tips to Hire Temp Labor: How to Choose the Best Skilled Labor

The US has recently experienced a gradual increase in its temp labor demand. 22% of the total workforce comprises of temp labor. The reasons for that may be many; low cost, easy to hire, etc. Now that the industry is booming again, hiring of temp labor is increasingly becoming common. What does a temp labor

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4 Construction Tips to Save Money

Construction can get expensive. It’s nice to be able to cut back on expenses in any construction project. More savings during construction means more money for the final structure. Every dollar saved is an investment for tomorrow. Save as much as possible, but not at the expense of people’s safety. Use these 4 tips to

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Temp Jobs and Leadership: Position or Action?

Temp Jobs and Leadership: Position or Action? The data from the American Staffing Association says there are nearly 3 million people involved with temporary service firms. Although the temp-to-hire culture is increasing, even expanding to include entry-level, executives, and managerial roles as well, besides administrative positions in every profession; but there is no guaranteeing it;

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Temp Jobs and Leadership: Position or Action?

Temp Jobs and Leadership: Position or Action? The data from the American Staffing Association says there are nearly 3 million people involved with temporary service firms. Although the temp-to-hire culture is increasing, even expanding to include entry-level, executives, and managerial roles as well, besides administrative positions in every profession; but there is no guaranteeing it;

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