your on demand work force
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On-demand local work force ( Local technology deployment and project )
On-demand local work force engine is an integarted web-based system desigend using Google business solution software and pplications . We Invest in our People, Not Paperwork.On-demand local work force (ODLWF) is the most cost-effective means of getting the best-qualified candidates for us and small businesses .
The complex and risky staffing process is simplified with this user-friendly, web-enabled apllications that completely automates the recruitment, assessment, referral, and notification processes.
On-demand local work force engine can be used and tuned to produce dependable qualified candidates for any company in a variety of industries ( Full time or part time ) . The engine put people to work—and in the process, enable clients to achieve greater business success.
Google Apps , Google market place products / applications and Google Apps Engine are (low cost , high quality and easy to use ) the building blocks of on-demand local work force engine.
On-demand local work force consultation and portal development :
Do you need ?
Skilled work force on demand , when you need it at a right price?
Robust workforce planning to ensure sufficient numbers of appropriately
skilled IT and info structure installation staff in the right areas
A flexible workforce that can respond to the needs of local demand rapidly
Do you have questions about how you can grow your business with On demand work force applications tailor made to your business and strategies?
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Advantages of Part-time Employment ( Employee )
Employees who work part-time generally find that working fewer hours enables them to more successfully integrate their work and home lives. Whether they need to take care of small children, coordinate medical care for sick or elderly dependents, pursue academic or skill training, or ease into retirement, working part-time helps employees manage these demands while still productively contributing to their jobs.
Managers, too, find that part-time employment can be a successful work scheduling strategy. By making part-time jobs available, employers can tap a large pool of experienced and competent workers who might otherwise remain unemployed.
Part-time employment offers other advantages to managers, labor literature indicates. Managers of part-time employees noted that part-time positions permitted them to hire people they otherwise would not have had access to, that these employees had special backgrounds and skills, and that they were especially productive. Other research done in the past showed that part-time workers were more productive hour for hour, and experienced less turnover, than their full-time counterparts.
Advantages of Part Time Employment ( Employer )
Businesses are increasingly hiring employees as temporary workers or as part-time workers. Some labor experts see this is part of a structural change in the labor market.
People working in temp jobs or part-time jobs are not only paid less for the same work, but also have little or no benefits and almost no job security. But companies have been hiring them in record numbers this year. In November alone, almost 80% of the 50,000 private sector jobs created were of temporary positions. Since January, out of the 1.17 million jobs created, 307,000 have been temporary jobs.
The reason given for this amount of temporary hiring is that businesses, especially small businesses do not want to be burdened with healthcare and retirement costs. They are also uncertain about the federal government's economic and tax policies. Critics see this as a move to keep labor costs down by taking advantage of the high unemployment rate in the country. Allen L. Sinai, chief global economist of Decision Economics, says that this trend hints at a structural change.