When an employee experiences an occupational illness or injury, their eventual return to the workplace can create numerous challenges. Fortunately, return-to-work programs can help alleviate these concerns by supporting staff as they reintegrate back into the workforce. These programs may entail having an employee return to work with shortened hours, lighter workloads, or modified tasks… Read more »
At Essential Personnel, we provide services for our clients that include recruitment and selection of employees for companies who don’t have the time to interview and hire, expertise in management, temporary workers for companies who need workers from a day or two to a whole seasonal, temp-to-hire workers that companies can “test” while they maintain… Read more »
With 2014 drawing to a close, the staff at Essential Personnel wanted to send our deepest thanks to all of our clients we had the pleasure of working with in this year. We appreciate your business and your trust in our services. We wish you a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year! We also… Read more »
LANSING, Mich.–(Business Wire)–A new report explores public employers’ implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and ongoing efforts to manage health costs and other post-employment benefits (OPEB) liabilities. The report, Health and OPEB Funding Strategies: 2014 National Survey of Governments, shares the experiences and efforts of 1,536 municipalities, school districts, state governments, and others from… Read more »
ATTENTION JOB SEEKERS: Join us on April 13th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Conestoga Mall in Grand Island in the rotunda area between Younker’s and Dillard’s (south end). There will be a variety of open job positions with employers ready to hire!
Despite the 8.2 percent unemployment rate, many businesses have struggled to find qualified candidates for an abundance of high-skill jobs in technology, engineering, health care, and other fields. That, along with hesitancy by firms to add jobs amid global economic uncertainty, keeps unemployment high. Yet, a Beyond.com survey backs the view that poor communication often… Read more »