The COVID-19 health crisis and ongoing lockdown have created unprecedented challenges to workers and businesses around the country. While we don't know how long the pandemic will last or what the outcome will be, we do know that the workplace as we know it will never be the same. Social distancing procedures, safety precautions, and associate support have now become critical components of every business model.
Many businesses have already started adapting to the new normal and are planning their re-entry into the post-COVID marketplace.
If you--or your staffing firm--doesn't already have a market re-entry plan, you're already behind your competition. Now's the time to prepare your business for an economy driven by physical distancing.
As one of the largest staffing suppliers of essential businesses nationwide, we have real-time, first-hand experience ensuring business continuity. We can help you reopen your business and provide your employees with a safe return to work.
Our full suite of business services include:
Our Workplace Readiness Checklist outlines the most important items for you to consider as you plan your post-COVID opening.
We're here to support you in defining and implementing your back-to-work solution.
Physical distancing, headcount limits, and other strict measures put in place by the CDC have impacted businesses' abilities to hire talent and stay operational. These factors will be an integral part of all workplace processes for a considerable time to come. You need a staffing partner who can help you carve a clear path for greater workforce flexibility, which includes establishing a virtual recruitment process and incorporating remote work options.
Whether you need one person--or hundreds--our centralized recruitment teams can help quickly and efficiently hire the people you need to keep your business running. Our virtual recruitment process allows us to hire talent in all 50 states, safely. We handle all aspects of the applicant funnel, including:
It's crucial to have a sound work-from-home policy to ensure continuity of business. We are experts when it comes to centralizing teams and creating policies and procedures that keep your teams working, engaged, and supported. We'll consult with you on best practices around:
We offer remote assistance kiosks where a safety professional is only a phone call away. This hotline can be used by your staff and associates to connect them with a member of the safety team. Our remote assistance team will assist with an incident investigation, safety issue escalation or any emergency issue that needs immediate attention.
Once your new standard operating procedures are in place, our coaches can help ensure your workforce is adhering to the new rules and policies.
We can place an HR representative onsite to handle all associate issues, including attendance, performance and personal matters.
Our onsite managers have a singular focus: getting candidates started in your buildings and keeping them there, safe, engaged, and productive so you can focus on keeping operations moving forward.
As businesses across the country prepare to reopen, the one thing top-of-mind is making sure employees and customers feel safe, protected, and comfortable. We’ve partnered with an industry leader in workforce technology to provide you with the safety solutions you need to reduce the risk of an outbreak and ensure business continuity in an unstable marketplace.
We've compiled our lessons learned and best practices into this helpful resource, with the hope that it provides a starting point as you create your unique workplace readiness plan.
Our proactive Safety programs and OSHA-Certified Safety team members are the most sought-after in the country. We were one of the first staffing firms to obtain the Safety Standard of Excellence certification from the American Staffing Association and the National Safety Council. We can support with:
OSHA's Electronic Reporting requirement has gone through many changes since it was first introduced in 2017
and with the ever-changing regulations and nuances that can be involved when it comes to accurate reporting and
record-keeping, we want to ensure you're informed and aware of the rules and regulations that may impact your business.
Help protect your business from costly OSHA fines with this helpful reporting checklist.
If you want to be fully prepared to get people quickly back to work safely when the moment is right, take urgent action today. Whether you need help assessing your business or require full staffing support, we're ready to help. Let's collaborate and build a plan to keep your business, and those living and working in your communities, thriving.