Wellness programs are designed to promote employee and individual well-being, influencing overall health, morale, work-life balance and engagement, while creating healthier workers and decreasing employer healthcare costs. Continue reading
Jennifer Lucas proves that you don’t need much time to make a good impression. On a paralegal assignment, Jennifer’s positive attitude, tenacity, and skills transformed a 1-month assignment into a 4-month assignment. In her transition, her job duties changed, but Jennifer did not miss a beat adapting, even catching the eye of the Managing Partner of the firm. Continue reading
Benefits and perks are an ever-evolving arms race, striving to meet employee needs and compete in the eyes of jobseekers. However, the Wellness program phenomena isn’t just a shiny perk for employees, it is a tool that serves employees and drives business results. Continue reading
Poor Mondays … they welcome us into a new week and in return, we curse them as the worst day of the week. Here’s how to give Monday the love it deserves so it can love you right back. Need more convincing that today can be your best day ever? Check out our WHITE PAPER.
Roth Staffing Companies, one of the largest privately held staffing firms in the nation, has been declared a finalist in three separate categories for the 2016 Stevie® Awards for Great Employers. Roth will win either the Gold, Silver or Bronze award in the categories of Employer of the Year, People-Focused CEO of the Year, and Solutions Provider of the Year. Official Great Employer winners will be announced and celebrated at a special ceremony on September 30 in New York City. Continue reading
Roth Staffing Companies was ranked the #9 Best Place to Work in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Business Journal. This includes all Roth Staffing business lines that operate in L.A.: Ultimate Staffing Services, Ledgent Finance & Accounting, Adams & Martin Group, and Ledgent Technology. Continue reading
Job growth is accelerating, unemployment is declining, and workers are becoming increasingly optimistic about their job searches. These key economic trends indicate that we’ve officially entered a tight labor market and employers across the country feeling the pinch. Continue reading