The American Staffing Association's 2013 board of directors was elected during the organization's Staffing World show earlier this month in Las Vegas. Representatives from 24 member staffing companies serve on the board.Read More
The new CEO aims to turn the company around by fixing its people problems.
My dentist argues people need a day off midweek to stay healthy and fresh. She may be right.Read More
In the wake of HireRight Solutions' $2.6 million penalty, background screening services are under greater scrutiny.Read More
My company provides staffing services to the manufacturing industry. Contingent workers historically have a high turnover rate. My motivation is to get these people to stay on assignments longer and be more productive, thus increasing my client's return on investment. What can we do?
—Stop the Revolving Door, vice president of staffing/human resources, sales and marketing, Atlanta
Romney's recent remarks reflect a version of the deal that is outdated and doomed.Read More
Technology giant says military vets bring 'unwavering commitment' to getting job done
Forty-nine percent of hiring managers believe the perfect hire is out there according to a survey conducted by Aerotek Inc.Read More
Factory jobs demand more math and science skills than most Americans possess. Meanwhile, young people have turned their backs on manufacturing.
The collaboration between Permac Industries and Dunwoody College of Technology is an example of a new brand of college-industry partnerships that might eventually help the U.S. grow as a manufacturing power while creating jobs.