The talent market has been knocked off-kilter, with a heavy advantage for job seekers. In this ultra-tight labor market transformed by a new embrace of virtual work, jobseekers have unprecedented power and are socking employers with the highest quit rate on record, ghosting interviews and job starts, and being vocal regarding stiff demands for flexibility,… Read more »
Posts By: Gwenn Rosener
As a leader in the flexible staffing and recruiting space, we are regularly asked for our perspectives on major trends we’re seeing in the workplace when it comes to women and the pandemic, flexibility, and returning to the workforce. Below you will find some of our insights on how women navigated and were impacted… Read more »
Remember how this year started? A dream… Small business owners had great visions of growth. Then, the coronavirus hit…
NOVA and FlexProfessionals have partnered to offer a new program to get critically needed skilled workers to return to the workforce.
Here are four of the most common staffing approaches small businesses adopt, why you should be wary of them and some suggestions for fixing them:
Small businesses sweat hiring but you don’t have to! Read FlexProfessionals’ co-founder Gwenn Rosener’s insights on how to ACE your staffing woes. …
“If you don’t want to work hard, I can’t help you.” The words stung as they spilled out of the mouth of one of DC’s leading search firm executives. It did not matter that I had an advanced degree in engineering, an MBA and 15 years of work experience. The fact that I was searching for a part-time position, in his mind, was a non-starter…
September is one of our favorite months at FlexProfessionals. It is a time when we experience a quiet surge in registrants and our candidate pool fills with talented stay-at-home moms (and dads) who decide, “This is the year!” This is the year when the kids are independent enough, when the professional restlessness is strong enough,… Read more »
April, 2015, FlexProfessionals, LLC. If you are a small business and have not considered incorporating part-time employees into your staffing model, you should. The economics are there and they are quantifiable.