Peoplelink: The Blog!

  • Effective Business Leadership

    March 14, 2011

    Five comprehensive rules can serve as one's complete guide to effective business leadership.

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  • How to Ensure Your Temporary Employees Stay Productive and Efficient

    March 3, 2011

    Temporary employees have long played an important role in the American workplace.  Whether filling in for someone on medical leave, picking up slack during a particularly busy time, or bringing special expertise to a long-term assignment, “temps” definitely have a place in today’s business world. With no promise of long-term employment and no benefits, temps are often not motivated to

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  • Using Social Media to Help Your Job Search

    February 25, 2011

    Just a couple of generations ago, searching for a job meant waiting for something suitable to show up in the newspaper classifieds. Then came the era of CareerBuilder, Monster.com, and other online job sites. These days, it’s all about social media, especially sites like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. If you think social media is only for reconnecting with old friends,

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  • The High Cost of Cheap Staffing

    February 22, 2011

    The economy may be recovering, but people are still spending cautiously. One area where businesses think they can cut costs is staffing. They may be saving a buck in the short term, but don’t always realize just what that small monetary savings is really going to cost them in the long run. Finding a good recruiter who offers great service

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  • Peoplelink Staffing Solutions News – February/March 2011

    February 16, 2011

    Peoplelink is pleased to share our latest newsletter including useful information on managing workplace violence and bullying and improving safety in the workplace.

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  • Sluggish Economy Calls for Strategic Staff Deployment

    February 10, 2011

    Peoplelink’s Chief Operating Officer, in a recent interview, says that a recession unlike any in the recent past has created a recovery also unlike any other.  “This sluggish, stubborn recovery demands that the ‘same old’ business model is given a major makeover,” Mattern says, “This ‘new normal’ business environment makes it necessary to rethink how human resources are acquired and

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