Staffing Industry In America; How Far Will You Go?


How Far Will You Go?


Staffing firms operate within the business services industry, finding workers for client companies. Unlike recruitment companies, staffing firms primarily deal with temporary and contract job positions, although not necessarily exclusively. Staffing firms find temporary employees to fill job positions for client companies which require staff for short term work assignments. These positions, which are usually for lower skilled jobs, have vacancies available for a variety of reasons, such as, maternity leave, short term projects or periods of high demand in the company. Despite the candidate working within a client company, they often remain an employee of the staffing agency. This is not the case in all positions, as the employee may go on to be hired permanently by the client company.

The global staffing industry generated 428 billion U.S. dollars in 2016. In that same year, the United States’ staffing and recruiting industry sales reached 150 billion U.S. dollars, 85…

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“Ticket Back to Work”; is it worth it?


How Far Will You Go?

Written By Marsha Beede

(I often find myself dedicated to the needs of others, especially those on Social Security Disability because in this day and age it is difficult enough to qualify, but just as easy to lose. Therefore I dedicate this article to those with disabilities, friends, family and love ones whom have suffered through hard times.)

The “Ticket Back to Work Program” was designed to help workers who are “permanently and totally disabled,” and administration officials say that it is an important lifeline for many people who simply cannot work at all.

But Social Security officials can take into consideration a person’s age, skills and ability to retrain when determining eligibility. But the question remains: How many beneficiaries could work, given the right services and workplace accommodations?

It was estimated that at least 18 percent of recipients could work and earn at least the threshold at which benefits…

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