Many companies continue to adapt and create new policies and procedures to make safety the priority as they plan their return-to-work strategies and bring their staff back into the office. Here are some measures TPI Staffing is implementing to ensure all staff and candidates are safe.
There are many variables to consider as organizations begin to plan their return-to-work strategy. The ongoing unpredictability of the economy, unemployment, and concerns of the coronavirus pandemic have all created new challenges for employers to address. A staffing company can help promote workforce flexibility in a variety of ways.
As we continue to recruit talent and fill jobs daily, we here at TPI Staffing are adapting our recruiting and hiring processes, and adjusting how we effectively communicate with our candidates and employers during the coronavirus pandemic.
As candidates and employers continue to navigate the ever-changing environment around the coronavirus pandemic, the settings for interviewers and interviewees have moved to a virtual interviewing process for convenience and safe social distancing practices. Here are some tips that will help you prepare and set yourself up for a successful virtual job interview.
While the majority of us are working from home at this time, the TPI Staffing team is here for you. We are still hiring and our Recruiters continue to interview and match great talent with great client opportunities- virtually. For those struggling to hire, below are ways a staffing firm could help organizations in need.
Starting Monday, March 23 TPI Staffing will be offering a special open enrollment in response to COVID-19 outbreak. The Open Enrollment Period is from Monday, March 23 through Sunday, April 5, 2020.
Our offices will be closed temporarily until further notice, but rest assured, our staff will be working from home at this time. If you need to contact our offices, we will continue to be available via phone or email. We are in this together, stay safe!
At TPI Staffing, Inc. we are continuing our prevention measures. Here’s a few helpful reminders on how to prevent illness and reduce the risk of spreading it in the workplace.