Posts Tagged: nj staffing firms

Best Wishes for a Prosperous New Year

As we look ahead to the promise of a new year, we also hope that 2011 presents a lot more opportunities for us to work together.  From all of us at UNITEMP, we’d like to wish you a happy, healthy and successful year ahead.

UNITEMP’S “NO PREMIUM ON OVERTIME” CELEBRATES PLATINUM ANNIVERSARY

Innovative Staffing Program Saves New Jersey Employers Almost $1,000,000.00 in 20 Years Hackensack, NJ – In a time where the cost of everything from gas to health insurance is skyrocketing, UNITEMP Temporary Personnel continues to help New Jersey employers save big on their contingent labor when they need it most, at the end of the… Read More »

Succession Planning – Identifying New Leaders for Your Organization

The boomers are retiring. This is not news, of course, but their mass exodus from the workforce does create a potential problem for many organizations – namely, identifying new leaders to fill the boomers’ shoes.  In addition to closing the talent gap this generation will leave, other reasons to proactively develop new leaders include: Keeping… Read More »

UNITEMP TEMPORARY PERSONNEL PROVIDES REFUGE DURING THE LONG ECONOMIC STORM

Leading NJ Staffing Firm Helps Employers, Employees Weather the Recession and Slow Recovery Hackensack, NJ – While leading economists debate over whether or not we’re “double-dipping,” UNITEMP Temporary Personnel focuses on designing smart staffing solutions to help both employers and employees weather these tough economic times. The leading New Jersey staffing service continues to provide… Read More »

UNITEMP TEMPORARY PERSONNEL LAUNCHES FACEBOOK FAN PAGE

Social Media Helps Leading NJ Staffing Firm Connect with Clients, Employees Hackensack, NJ – You have one new friend request.  UNITEMP Temporary Personnel invites you to “Friend” their Facebook fan page.  While millions are using Facebook to keep in touch with friends, the leading New Jersey temporary and contract staffing firm is using this social… Read More »

Improve Your Staffing Results: Educate Direct Employees, Take Advantage of Training

Temporary employees can be a great asset to your organization.  They can help you meet critical deadlines, fill-in for unplanned absences and free your core staff to focus on their most important tasks. But if your company uses large numbers of temporary employees, it’s easy for your direct staff to fall into an “Us vs. Them” mentality.  And… Read More »

The BLS Monthly Situation: What It Is and Why You Should Follow It

Ever feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information coming at you each day? With the barrage of data pouring in from newspapers, TV, the internet, social media, RSS feeds, e-mails, voicemails and good-old-fashioned face-to-face meetings, finding the critical information you need amidst all the “white noise” can be exhausting. Take the BLS Monthly Employment… Read More »

Why Temp-to-Perm May Not Yield the Best Hire

Over the years, so many companies have called UNITEMP and placed and order for a temporary employee on a temp-to-perm basis.  The “try before you buy” concept does work in some cases; but frankly, I don’t think it’s the most effective way to consistently produce the best hires. Why? Consider how likely it is that the superstar… Read More »

Reasons You Should Choose Temporary Work Over Unemployment

If you’ve recently fallen victim to downsizing or or a layoff, you may be tempted to file for unemployment benefits.  But in my opinion, temporary work is a much better option.  Here’s why: Keep your skills sharp.  If you don’t use it, you lose it.  No matter what field you work in – administrative, technical, professional… Read More »

Overtime vs. Temporary Staffing – A Cost Analysis

You’ve just won a three-month contract with a major new client – congratulations!  Now, you need to figure out how to get the extra work done.  Should you pay your current employees overtime, or bring in temporary help?  Consider the following sample cost analysis.  It is based on an annual salary of $40,000 ($20.51/hr.), vs. time-and-one-half… Read More »