When a hospital or long term care facility is under staffed, everyone suffers. The patients can see longer wait times, or feel like the medical staff they interact with are distracted or overwhelmed. Doctors, nurses and supporting staff struggle to keep everything going smoothly when there are jobs that need filled at their practice.
Temporary and contract workers fill those gaps in Healthcare Staffing, lightening the load on the permanent employees and making sure that patients receive the best treatment possible.
That's why the American Staffing Association is excited to celebrate National Staffing Employee Week, celebrated this year from September 15 to September 21st. According to the American Staffing Association, "National Staffing Employee Week is a salute to the important and talented temporary and contract employees who actively contribute to the growth and maintenance of our economy."
Staffing industries match people to jobs, taking the stress out of the job search. Staffing services can often offer jobs with more flexible hours, allowing the temporary employee or contractor great choice in job offerings and a bridge between other positions. Temporary staffing positions often give individuals training they would not otherwise have had and this training can easily lead to full-time or permanent opportunities.
It's easy to see why millions of Americans are engaged by staffing firms. Their contribution to their workplace is worth celebrating!
Please contact us if you would like to find a temporary or permanent position in the health care industry. There are hospitals, clinics, schools, long term care facilities, and a host of other environments that would love to have your help. If you need qualified individuals to help you fill open positions in your organization, we have the right people for you!
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