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Work Force Flexibility: Staffing for a Better Bottom Line
HR professionals, and others who make organizational staffing decisions, benefit from the flexibility that staffing firms provide. This flexibility manifests itself in many ways.
For routine needs, staffing firms can deliver workers for daily, seasonal, or cyclical assignments in a timely manner. This approach to staffing is inherently more efficient than the traditional approach-advertising a position, wading through stacks of résumés, running background checks (if necessary), and then having to wait two weeks or more for new hires to start. Not only can staffing firms help HR professionals fill positions with qualified candidates fast, HR professionals don't have to worry about the cumbersome process of setting up payroll and benefits for new workers, and assignments can be terminated at any time.
VP, Midwest Region
Bill Shaw joined the Lab Support team in March of 1994 as an Account Manager in Cincinnati, OH. Throughout the past sixteen years, Bill has been involved in the start up of several new branches for the organization. Over that same time frame, Bill has had the opportunity to move within the company – working in four different branches, including Cincinnati, Minneapolis, San Diego, and Chicago. Currently Bill's role is Regional Vice President for all Midwest operations. Bill graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry. He previously worked for Procter & Gamble. Bill is also a three-time On Assignment President's Club winner!
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The following Industries expect to have an increase in projects that may result in additional contract staff* within the timeframes below:
Contract Testing Labs
Food and Beverage
Personal Care Products
Coatings and Polymers
Flavor and Fragrance
*This insight is based on our comprehensive December 2009 survey of contract staffing buyers. The full report is entitled, "Lab Support Index." The points above are from the report and are related to buyers' strategies for managing staffing resources.
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