Staffing Strategic Goals Identify the Goal-Centric Agency

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Do you discuss Staffing Strategic Goals with your staffing agency? You should. How do you know if your staffing agency is goal centric? Read on to find out more. It’s a good time to think about during 2018 planning. When answering the question, your staffing agency should be able to frame their goals in terms… Read more »

Staffing and Hiring – HR Leaders Accelerate Into 2018

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Early preparation for 2018 is the best method to gain competitive advantage. Don’t wait for the new year to come to you, accelerate HR activity now as it approaches. Evaluate and change staffing and hiring strategy today. Want to know more? Call Barton Staffing Solutions NOW, or read on. Old Way vs. New Way Many… Read more »

ACA Surcharge Reduces Co-Employment Risk

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Corporations benefited from the ACA in one big way. ACA Surcharge reduces co-employment risk.  Barton Staffing Solutions clients have known and benefited from this. Regardless of your position on the ACA (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) it drove industry interest in clarifying whose employees are whose. In particular, temporary workers are the Staffing Agency’s… Read more »

In Staffing Communication Sets Us Apart

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Staffing Communication.  In Staffing, it’s effective communication that sets Barton Staffing Solutions apart from other staffing partners. The Dictionary defines: Communication is the act or process of communicating. Seems simple, but in truth, many staffing agencies, perhaps yours, just don’t make the effort when communication is needed the most. Clients will unanimously agree that their… Read more »

Safety and Quality Go Hand in Hand

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Safety and Quality are sister pillars of a good corporate culture. Recently, our team sent two more people to the OSHA 30 hour certification training. Barton Staffing Solutions invests in training because it adds value to our service level. Safety and quality differentiates Barton Staffing Solutions from other staffing agencies. Our corporate culture is built… Read more »

Impact On Staffing 5.7 Million Job Openings

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What impact on staffing 5.7 million job openings has is critical to strategy. CNN reported that his is close to the record (5.9 million last July) number since the Department of Labor began reporting this statistic in 2000. With staffing 5.7 million job openings creates new levels of demand on the pool of available workers…. Read more »

In Staffing 19 Years Celebrating A Milestone of Service

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In the business of staffing 19 years, July marks a milestone for Barton Staffing Solutions serving the greater Chicago area with employment services that clients and employees need. Barton Staffing Solutions has effectively served strategic requirements of successful small local, mid-sized local, mid-sized national and large national operations – staffing 19 years without interruption. Founders… Read more »

Illinois HB-690 Crisis For Business

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Illinois HB-690 Crisis for Business. If you haven’t heard, this bill is on the verge of driving business – critical business like Manufacturing – out of the state of Illinois. Take action – at the end of this blog you’ll find contact information for your state representative, state senator, and the Governor. To be clear,… Read more »

Outsourced to India Sources Say

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Outsourced to India? Not here. What kind of staffing company do you want building your team? Our people are our greatest asset and they are here to stay. It’s hard to understand how being on opposite sides of the planet promotes working together toward your most critical business goals. Earlier this year, the Milwaukee Business Journal… Read more »

Operations Timing vs. On-Boarding Requirements

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Don’t forget to plan time for “On-Boarding Requirements” when you place a job order that is driving the timing of your operation.  The staffing firm’s hiring processes and the client’s unique on-boarding requirements should be taken into consideration. How long does it take to fill a job order?  The short answer: “It depends!” Notwithstanding the pressure… Read more »