PITTSBURGH,July 29, 2019/PRNewswire/ -- NEXTAFF, an industry leader in identifying quality talent for businesses, announced today a staffing agency location inPittsburghwill be opening in mid-August. The office will specialize in offering services in the information technology field.
Did you know that roughly sixteen million people are hired by staffing companies over a single year in the United States?
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How do you measure job satisfaction? Among all the things people compare about their jobs, satisfaction in your role is one of the most difficult aspects to quantify. Most would agree that it is, in fact, a subtle mix of aspects including appreciation, interesting work, opportunities to grow and advance, and the quality of the relationships you form with coworkers. It can be shaped by how your boss sees you, how your clients treat you, and how you view yourself while at work. Job satisfaction occurs when the right person is found for each role and employers know how to value and reward them. From a more corporate perspective, job satisfaction is the least measurable aspect of what causes employees to become eternally loyal or leave all too soon after being hired.
Starting a staffing franchise relates directly to today's hiring climate. In order to thrive, you need to understand where your clients -- the businesses and professionals -- are coming from and what they are looking for in a recruiting and staffing service. To do that, you'll want to be up to date on the biggest staffing trends currently facing the hiring industry.
If you take a look at the way hiring works today compared to twenty years ago, the professional candidate has all the power. Companies scramble to provide the best benefits packages, and the most appealing work environment. Companies are competing against each other to find the most skilled professionals just to meet their hiring needs. It may look like today's job seekers can get any job they want without the help of traditional staffing and recruitment professionals. If you thought that though, you'd be wrong.
Available skilled talent is at an all-time low, and this is great for the staffing industry. You might think that these two facts are opposites but when the going gets tough, hiring managers turn to the staffing industry for help. The recent drop in available higher-level professionals has created serious scarcity, and not just where you've seen it in your nearby industries. The War for Talent, as it has been deemed, is happening all over the world. Companies from Amsterdam to Seattle are struggling to fill lead, engineer, and senior management positions. Even mid-level technicians are becoming increasingly harder to find. Because of this, the competition is high between businesses, and every recruit has become a hot commodity. It's no wonder the staffing industry is in high-gear to help these companies find the employees they need.
Have you ever wished that an HR department you have worked with had better policies, or was better at fitting new hires to open positions? In the course of a long career, we've all second-guessed HR more than a few times, and not just about vacation days. It's always painful to see a colleague or someone you manage who just isn't a good fit for the job they have, but we see this happen all the time. The fact of the matter is that hiring managers aren't perfect, they're human. And so are the job seekers. No doubt you've seen just as many people who apply for jobs they are not suited for as you have hiring managers who select the unsuited candidates.
Employment in America has changed. In the mid-20th century, corporate and government employees along with their employers assumed that lifetime employment was and would be the norm. The negotiating strength of unions led to higher wages for blue collar workers and the upward pressure on their wages increased wages for non-blue collar workers as well.
Premier staffing franchise opens first location in Pacific Northwest. BEAVERTON, Ore., May 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- NEXTAFF, an industry leader in identifying quality talent for businesses, announced today it is opening a staffing agency location Beaverton, Oregon, which will be its first location in the state.
When professionals start to dream of being an entrepreneur, we tend to dream big. Take for example, starting a little garage-business and growing that business into an international giant like Microsoft. Or starting an online business and taking over national retail, like Amazon. But that's not actually why most people start their own business.
You start a business because you want to be your own boss, and because you know you can do better than business owners in the past. You start a business because you have the resources to put a small startup business together. And what you're aiming for in the first ten years probably doesn't look anything like Microsoft or Amazon, because what you bring to the table is good practical knowledge of the business world and the ability to lead a well-organized team.