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Trends in US Staffing

  • Oct 18, 2017 |
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  • Janny

In the starting of the year, it is natural to wonder that what will be trending for the year. US Staffing association is the voice of workforce solutions, recruiting and staffing. American Staffing Association helps the staffing firms to understand the regulations and laws which apply to the services related to employment. Through the surveys, analysis and researches, US staffing association gives the valuable market to the members.

It has been almost six years to the end of the recession, the U.S economy has not completely recovered. The recession lasted for almost 18 months. Although the loss of jobs in between the recession has been almost regained and unemployment rate is being declined, the % of people working or participating in labor force has reduced to the lowest level in decades.

America’s Staffing companies hire more than 3 million contract and temporary employees during an average week, and the employees work for temporary jobs and think also that it is the only way to get a permanent job. Most of the employees are agreed and happy with the fact that staffing work has made them more employable. Most of the employees get hired for the permanent roles and positions by the clients directly, just because they worked for their temporary assignments.



Comments

Oct 20, 2017 | Adom

You are right Janny I remembered the last recession. which officially lasted from December 2007 to June 2009—began with the bursting of an 8 trillion dollar housing bubble. That was the black day of USA. But now everything is very fine.

Nov 10, 2017 | Hobs

Company culture still reigns supreme within the HR universe, but 2017 HR trends will focus on attracting growth-driven workers to the companies that need them. Hiring professionals should expect that HR technology trends will drive some of 2017’s workplace changes.







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