When to Use

Updated 06/08/2017









     Nearly 3 million temporary employees go to work in the United States each day
     (American Staffing Association: Quarterly Trends in Temporary Help Services,

     http://www.americanstaffing.net/statistics/employmentdata.cfm), and 35 percent
     of companies have used a staffing agency to help them hire a permanent or
     temporary employee in the last 12 months
     (Inavero and CareerBuilder Research: 2012 Opportunities in Staffing,

      http://opportunitiesinstaffing.com/). 


     Why You Should Use a Staffing Firm After Being Laid Off
        |  Glassdoor.com, Samantha Keefe                                                                                                                                       05/23/2017
     Being laid off can feel pretty traumatic. Even when you’re expecting it, sometimes there’s
     just no way to avoid the cocktail of panic, anger, sadness and/or guilt that comes from
     losing your job.  The good news is that you can do something immediately to begin to
     rectify the situation: polish up your resume and reach out to local staffing agencies.
     Whether you’re looking for a permanent job or just want to jump into a quick contracting
     role, working with recruiting firms can help you get there (and get there faster!).  Here are
     some of the reasons to get your resume over to staffing companies ASAP after finding
     yourself laid off.