FlexProfessionals’ candidate Ann Seltz and Co-Founder, Gwenn Rosener, are highlighted in this NYT article by Kerry Hannon, discussing the growing interest in part-time work among retirees.
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:
FlexProfessionals contributes to US News & World Report article on “The 5 Biggest Time-Sucks at Work”
Co-Founder Sheila Murphy discusses how FlexProfessionals has successfully adopted its own remote workforce…
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. …
Concerns about hiring part-time employees? Read our guest blog on FlexJobs.com regarding the myths often associated with these resources.
“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 »
Companies looking for part-time experienced workers are often in a “high-growth stage” but “hesitant to invest in human capital,….” says Ellen Grealish, co-founder of FlexProfessionals, LLC. Read her excerpt from an article highlighted by both ABC News and CBS News,
The government got it right on this one. A recent Washington Post article highlights a new voluntary government program that allows retirement eligible employees to work part-time before fully retiring, allowing them to transfer crucial information to less experienced workers. Not taking proactive steps to address the impending brain-drain places some organizations in substantial risk.