Recent trends indicate that many businesses are streamlining their operations and bringing on additional staff during peak periods. You’ve read the articles about Amazon during the Christmas holidays. Referred to as seasonal workers or temp staff. However, temp staffers don’t want to work for 2 or 3 days. They can’t be bothered to learn a new office structure, culture and commute for only 2 or 3 days. They want more. Careful planning will allow you to have the best of the best when it comes to temp staff.
But here’s the catch. At Travel Staff, we only let our temp staff (the best of the best) out for a minimum of 1 month. That’s why we don’t refer to our temp staff as temps, we differentiate by calling them PMS, Project Management Services.
Change your mind set from, I need someone for a few days – to – How can I best utilize this talent for one month? For example, you know you have a peak period coming up. Let’s say it’s a business conference you are organizing for your best client. Have our PMS member report for work a week before you need them. Let them start assisting your team prior to the crunch. Everybody gets to know each other, understand the work flow etc. When the crunch is over, reward your key staff with some time off. Let our PMS member cover for them. Somebody else on the team overdue for a vacation? A good fam trip invite come in that you want to respond with a YES? A little forward planning on your part makes for a rewarding experience for all parties.
We have PMS members out on assignments ranging from 1 month to 10 months. It all depends on your needs.
Our PMS members have differing skill sets:
*Meetings & Incentive Travel
*Accounting & Bookkeeping
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, temporary help is one of the fastest growing industries in America.
If you think a PMS member will make your life easier and make your workplace happier and more productive contact:
Imelda Bermudez 424-393-9896 Imelda@TvlStaff.com