|FEATURE ARTICLE: Use Temporary Staffing to Manage Your Workload
Peaks and valleys in your workload can create big challenges
for staffing. If you have too few people, you can end up with
loads of stress, lots of mistakes, and a negative impact on
your service and even your sales.
But if you over-staff, you end up wasting money on payroll
and creating a drain on productivity.
So what can you do?
Click here for an article about planned staffing--you'll
discover a better way to even out the highs and lows in your
workload, save money, and reduce employment risk.
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I have a quick question for you...
Are people in your company having a harder time keeping up
with their work?
Lately, we've been talking to more and more employers where
business has been getting better--but it's causing a BIG
increase in pressure (and stress) on their employees.
Today, I would like to share an excellent article to help
you cope with this challenge. The article is about using
planned staffing to better manage the peaks in your workload.
I hope you enjoy the article, and please email me at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to know more about
planned staffing or discuss ideas for your organization.
Carolyn L. Gala, CPC
Key Resource Group, LLC
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