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4 Best Practices for an Effective Temporary Staffing Partnership
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“Don’t worry about him, he’s just a temp.”

It might not have been uncommon to hear a manager make a comment like this in the past. In recent years, however, there has been a noticeable shift in many companies’ attitudes toward temporary labor. Today, through better education and governmental requirements, temporary labor employees are being afforded a greater level of care than ever before.

These four best practices translate into benefits for both the host employer and the staffing company—preventing injuries, OSHA citations, job abandonment, and scheduling delays.

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