About Ashley Vance

Ashley is responsible for strengthening external communication through the implementation of our digital strategies and the production of original content. By curating and sharing the latest best practices in professional development and engaging with audiences, Ashley hopes to foster a welcoming online community.

Recruiting Trends: Introducing the Modern Candidate

2017-12-07T19:20:54+00:00 By |Recruiting, Retention & Turnover|

Recruiters everywhere are becoming familiar with a new type of candidate in the talent pool. This candidate’s resume may look different than their counterparts. They might place value on aspects of the employment offer that may not have received a lot of attention in years past.

Recognizing Those Who Make the Staffing Industry Move

2017-12-07T19:00:44+00:00 By |Company Updates|

National Staffing Employee Week presents us all with the opportunity to recognize the individuals who make this industry move – individuals who truly deserve to be recognized all year round. The associates who work part-time between college classes, those who are looking for a change of pace, the ones who work long hours and who truly love what they do, those who have found their calling through temporary work.

How to Pick the Staffing Model That’s Right for You

2017-12-07T18:39:13+00:00 By |Staffing & Industry Trends|

Many organizations have a need for contingent labor, but not all staffing models are created equal. There are a number of different models to choose from and each have their own strengths and weaknesses.Choosing the model that is the best fit for you is entirely dependent on your organization's unique needs and goals. It is important to understand where your organization stands on these three points:

Now Trending in the Labor Force: Week 34

2017-06-21T14:59:26+00:00 By |Staffing & Industry Trends|

The Conference Board’s Leading Economic index for the US rose 0.4% in July to a level of 124.3 (2010 = 100) after rising 0.3% in June. Separately, the U.S. Department of Labor reported that US initial claims for unemployment fell by 4,000 in the week ended Aug. 16 to a level of 262,000. Reuters reports claims fell more than expected last week, reinforcing views of labor market strength that could encourage the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates soon.