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Jobless Recovery Brings Temp-To-Hire Back into Fashion
Temp-to-Hire has long been the preferred staffing method of choice among many of the more experienced hiring managers with whom we work. A few years ago, the tight labor market and difficulty finding quality Temp-to-Hire candidates caused the method to fall from use. Now, as we see the signs of a third jobless recovery, there has never been a better time to take advantage of this favored staffing strategy. Find out why and how you can make Temp-to-Hire a prominent part of your staffing mix.
Employee Travel Incentives:
Rewards that Go the Extra Mile
Smart managers know that employee morale and motivation directly influence productivity, loyalty and profits no matter what the economy. When it comes to cost-efficiency and perceived value, more and more managers are discovering that nothing covers more ground than travel
Accountability: Freedom and Responsibility Without Control
-by Rob Lebow, Randy Spitzer
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 276 pages, $12.57
Summer reading usually consists of lighter material you can breeze through while lounging next to a body of water.
fits the bill. This entertaining quick read features an added bonus its chock-full of worthwhile wisdom for managers and will alter the way you lead people in a positive fashion.
Like most companies, we have been struggling to absorb the runaway costs of our health benefit. We've negotiated and changed providers, and we've shifted some of the additional burden to our people. Now we're thinking seriously about discontinuing the benefit all together. Have any other companies done this? What was the impact on recruiting and retention?
You are not alone in your concern. In a recent American Benefits Council survey, 86 percent of respondents were very concerned that increasing costs would adversely affect their ability to provide quality health coverage.
Give Us Your Opinion
How is your company primarily responding to rising health benefit costs?
We are absorbing the entire cost
We are absorbing as much as we can and passing some burden on to our employees
We are reducing available benefits
We are using contingency or just-in-time staffing to gain flexibility and control costs
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