Recent Updates

Healthcare staffing segment growth estimate at 7%

7 May 2015

It’s a good time to be in healthcare staffing due to a confluence of positive factors.


Travelers Haven celebrates Nurses Week — Promoted

7 May 2015

This week, Travelers Haven is taking the time to celebrate our nation’s nurses: the day to day heroes of the healthcare industry.


National Nurses Week is now

7 May 2015

National Nurses Week began Wednesday and is continuing through May 12, the American Nurses Association announced. 


Washington is top state for nurses, report finds

7 May 2015

Washington ranked as the best state for nurses while Louisiana ranked as the worst, according to WalletHub.


Occupational therapist jobs top ASA hard-to-fill list

7 May 2015

Occupational therapist is the hardest occupation to fill in the US, according to The American Staffing Association’s skills gap index.


Get certified: Take the CCWP class and pass the test

6 May 2015

One path to elevating your program is by becoming a certified contingent workforce professional. Master best practices and become the expert in contingent workforce management. Classes are available online or in person.


Tempnapping: When cutting costs may cost you more

6 May 2015

Cutting costs within a contingent workforce program is always a goal, but sometimes, such efforts can be more detrimental than you realize.


Staffing buyers can’t see contingents' I-9s; don't ask for them

6 May 2015

Staffing buyers looking to check the legal status of temporary workers by reviewing I-9 forms may be out of luck. The law does not allow staffing firms to pass along that documentation.


Soap manufacturer and staffing supplier fined

6 May 2015

The US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited a Central New York soap and shampoo manufacturer for exposing employees and temps to chemical and fire hazards. Its staffing provider was also cited.


When it comes to people, throw out those procurement rules

6 May 2015

Many tried-and-true elements of successful procurement often have negative effects on a contingent workforce program’s health.