Executive Temp Agencies Juneau AK
International Union Of Operating Engineers Local 302
9309 Glacier Hwy
Alaska Public Employees Association/A F T
211 4th St Ste 306
Carpenters Union Local 2247
1751 Anka St
Juneau Job Center
10002 Glacier Hwy., Suite 100
Inlandboatmans Union Of The Pacific Alaska Region Af
3017 Clinton Dr Ste 201
Inlandboatman'S Union Of The Pacific Alaska Region
230 Seward St
International Brotherhood Of Electrical Workers
813 W 12th St
Alaska State Employees Assoc Local 52 Afscme Aflcio
400 W Willoughby Ave
Marine Engineers Beneficial Association District No
229 4th St
A Day's Work
5522 1st Ave N
Main Industries / Positions
Finance, Creative, Executive
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Temporary Staffing Agencies on a Roll
There are many reasons to sign up with a temp agency. You might need supplemental income, you might work while you look for job, or maybe you want to get your foot in the door at a top company. Whatever your reason for signing with a temp agency, you can count on plenty of assignments to choose from once you become a member of the temp talent pool.
According to a recent Los Angeles Times article , many temp agencies report that business has been on the rise since around September of 2010 and according to the American Staffing Association, the number of temporary workers jumped 25%, to an average of 2.6 million a day, in the third quarter of 2010 compared with the same period a year earlier. One Torrance, CA staffing agency owner even stated that sales on the temporary-employment side of her business, which accounts for about 70% of her revenue, were up 8% in 2010 compared with the year before. So why all the interest in temporary workers?
Agencies that provide temporary staffing are benefiting from the fact that companies are feeling more optimistic about their short-term prospects but not confident enough to add permanent workers.
“The new reality is people have been much more resistant to bringing on permanent employees than they have been in the past because of the uncertainty of where the economy is going,” said Michael Neidle, president of Optimal Management, a San Mateo, Calif., consulting firm for small- and medium-size staffing companies.
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