Seasonal Staffing: What’s Your Approach?
By Allegiance Staffing
February 12, 2018
Although we are in a new year, this does not mean you will have to start bringing in new hires, at least not right now. When the job market peaks or declines in a full year, it is important that businesses understand the entire hiring pattern, as well as the quitting pattern.
The job market begins to fall off a bit in December and eventually, it will fall off completely in January. Often times, new job openings will start being posted in April and May. During the summer, many employees find themselves quitting one job and looking for an opportunity elsewhere. When people quit one job for another, this means there will be more job openings. When there are more job openings, you should expect to see plenty of action on job postings, social media, and company websites.
How do you make sure you understand the hiring and quitting patterns in the different job industries? How can you find the right job candidates during a time when you are trying to fill job openings? When you research hiring trends and future plans of job seekers, you will have essential information for your database.
With enough research, you will begin to discover patterns that will allow you to seek candidates at the height of their job search. You can even seek assistance from a staffing firm to help you fill the job openings you have at different times of the year. For more information about seasonal staffing, do not hesitate to contact us today.
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