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April 29, 2020 Read time: 1 minutes

The impacts of COVID-19 and the measures governments and organizations are taking to contain it right now are unprecedented. The hourly breaking news headlines of outbreaks and cancellations have our heads spinning and have kept the wellness of our families, friends, and co-workers top of mind. Organizations should follow CDC guidelines to keep their employees safe…

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April 9, 2020 Read time: 1 minutes

Business Resources At IES, we understand that these unprecedented times have put all businesses - small, medium or large – in complicated and unforeseen circumstances. Our goal is to provide resources to those in need amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are links to legislative updates on the most recent Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security…

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April 2, 2020 Read time: 1 minutes

Health Resources Nothing is more important than you and your family’s health.  You can find COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations from the CDC here, along with other resources to help keep your family healthy. Centers for Disease Control Health Resources & Services Administration Find Your State Health Department Medicare & Telemedicine Physical and Mental Health…

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March 23, 2020 Read time: 3 minutes

Once you’re feeling good about your skills as a professional recruiter matching candidates and clients, you may be eager to learn how to start a staffing firm of your own. After all, you know the language, rhythm, and trends of the recruitment industry. It’s time to take that expertise and use it to build your own business. Although…

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March 19, 2020 Read time: 4 minutes

With businesses struggling to find, hire, and keep skilled full-time employees in this economy of low unemployment, many have turned to contingent, or temporary, workers. Contingent workers can fill in on special projects or deliver on short-term needs. Because of this, gig workers have never been more practical. Recent surveys show that over a third of American workers…

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