Regardless of your employment status, if you are a contractor or even have a part-time or full-time position it is important to keep your skills sharp for the next job opportunity. Many think that while being unemployed, it is perfectly acceptable to sit back and relax until the next job prospect comes.
According to Fox Business, there has been a rise in part-time hiring. There is surrounded speculation that this increase has occurred due to “the economic recession, cheaper labor, concerns about the Affordable Care Act and offering health benefits to full-timers.”
According to the American Staffing Association, the quantity of employees in temporary and contracted positions is up 15.1 percent from last year. Comparatively, the employment rate difference from October 2012 to the same month this year was up 4.9 percent.
Recruiting and Hiring Tips for your Small Business So you’re a small business and your asking yourself, “how do I compete with bigger companies for top talent?” Well, you’re in luck, because believe it or not, small businesses are in demand. However, these new recruits aren’t going to be lining up at your door, resume […]