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Creative Ways to Welcome a New Hire

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April 2017 Creative Ways to Welcome a New Hire By Amanda Groves Starting a new job can be a pretty stressful experience. You want it to go smoothly so that your new hire feels happy and welcomed, and settles into the position as quickly as possible. While onboarding can be an effective way of achieving…

Caring As A Competitive Weapon

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April 2017 By Ed Frauenheim and Shawn Murphy     A sense of belonging–even love–drives higher revenue, according to new Great Place to Work study. Soft is hard-edged when it comes to business growth. That’s a key takeaway from new research from Great Place to Work, conducted while creating the 2016 Best Small and Medium…

Roy Fazio, Co-Owner of The Protocall Group, Named one of Staffing Industry Analysts’ Top 100 Most Influential People in Staffing

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Roy Fazio, Co-owner of The Protocall Group, an award-winning staffing firm based in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, has been named one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Staffing by Staffing Industry Analysts.  This list of 100 staffing professionals profiles those men and women who have made a difference in the staffing Industry and…

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The Protocall Group’s 2016 Award Winners!

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The holidays are a special time at The Protocall Group!  This time of year is a time of appreciation and giving. The Protocall Group takes this time to show its appreciation to all of the employees with holiday parties, as well as to recognize those employees who are celebrating special anniversaries with awards.  We applaud…

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Protocall Group Cuts Payroll Processing Time – A Staffing Industry Case Study

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The Protocall Group cuts payroll processing time by 60 percent The Challenge The Protocall Group supplies about 2,500 temporary employees each week to client companies. In addition to placing workers, they’re also responsible for administering their employee time and attendance records and processing payroll. Some of their customer locations recorded temporary employee work hours using manual…


Hourly Worker Turnover is Costly To Business

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Challenges and Solutions The Challenge: Budgets When you have a department budget for temporary staffing or hourly employees, the decision becomes a little more complex. The Real Issue in Determining a Solution: Cost What is the Real Cost – Low Pay Can Be a Big Contributor and Cost More in the Long Run – It’s tough to…


Contingent Workers – More Common Place in Business

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Today’s economy and environment continues to show that U.S. companies are increasingly relying on a contingent workforce. There are many reasons why, although the one we see most is that the demand for workers exceeds the supply. In 2016, companies reported that contingent workers comprised a median 20% and an average of 22% of their…

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Searching for a Job in a Competitive Market

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With the job market more competitive than ever; searching for a new job can be completely overwhelming. This is why it’s essential for you to take advantage of some of the job-seeking tools available to you such as LinkedIn and your local recruiting firm. Used correctly, these tools can be extremely useful when  searching for…


It’s Environmental Service Week! Thank You Protocall Group EVS Employees

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The Protocall Group’s healthcare staffing division, along with The Association for the Healthcare Environment (AHE) of the American Hospital Association (AHA), is celebrating National Environmental Services and Housekeeping Week this week September 11-17, 2016. As an employer of Environmental Services (EVS) technicians in positions throughout South Jersey and Greater Philadelphia, The Protocall Group would like to…

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Labor Day – The History and Meaning Behind this National Holiday

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Labor Day, the first Monday of September, is typically associated with the end of the summer season, one last long weekend for BBQ’s.  But do you know what this national holiday actually means or know the history behind this celebration? Labor Day was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century.  It began…