When you work in a customer-facing role or business, it can be tempting to promise your clients perfection. After all, that’s what most of us want out of a professional partnership –– perfect results for both parties. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple.
At the beginning of March, the LGC marketing team conducted a poll to get a better understanding of the impact to gig workers and job opportunities during the pandemic. In order to get insight from both sides, we polled internal staffing managers as well as gig workers. The internal poll was conducted from March 1 to 5, 2021 and the gig worker… Read more »
It’s been over a year since the coronavirus emerged and changed how we do just about everything in our lives, including how we save and spend our money.
Regardless of the industry you work in, experiencing gaps in coverage on your team can mean lost revenue, unhappy clients, and burnt-out team members. Last minute absences, in particular, can be especially difficult to account for.
Though the name may imply something different, the small business industry is anything but small. With over 30 million firms classified as small businesses, this diverse industry accounts for almost 50% of the economic activity in the U.S. and employs 10 people per business on average (but can go up to 500 according to smallbizgenius.com.)
The hospitality and foodservice industries are ever changing. Year after year, businesses in these spaces are constantly working to improve themselves and their concept, fighting amongst dozens of competitors to bring in guests – and ideally keep them there for years to come.
It goes without saying, but we’ll say it anyway: 2020 has been a challenging year for us all. With the presence of the pandemic, a tough political climate, and a myriad of other social matters, it’s no surprise that 40% of U.S. adults reported struggling with mental health issues this year.
Since the twentieth century, companies around the world have been utilizing temporary workers to fill open spots in their departments, provide flexible opportunities, and employ a diverse workforce. In the 100+ years since employment agencies rose to the popularity they have now, the staffing industry has grown exponentially with the U.S. spending “over $150 billion on temporary staffing and on average engaged just under 3… Read more »
Whether it’s realized or not, the staffing industry has been an institution in the workforce for hundreds of years. In fact, “One of the oldest references to a public employment agency was in 1650, when Henry Robinson proposed an “Office of Addresses and Encounters” that would link employers to workers. The British Parliament rejected the proposal, but he himself opened such a… Read more »
At some point, we all need a little pick me up to motivate us, especially during stressful times. Grab yourself a coffee or tea, sit down in a comfortable chair, and read through these famous quotes to help feel inspired to finish the week strong.