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TAB Staffing is a company focused, people minded organization putting integrity before profitability. We are directed by two managing partners with over 40 years of experience in recruiting a
At TAB Staffing, our employer of record (EOR) solution, also known as "payrolling", frees you to focus on your core business while minimizing employee classification risk. Using a TAB Staffing payrolling solution ...
TAB Staffing is here to help. A staffing agency like none other, built by the idea that employees must be taken care of to be able to provide outstanding service to corporations, big or small.
A new type of staffing company that puts you in the driver’s seat. Our motto, “company focused, people minded”, was developed by Tab Staffing Senior Management to instill a mindset and corporate setting that meshes the needs of a corporation equal to that of the needs of the employee. This creates a truly better working environment for all involved, and most importantly, improves productivity tenfold. This is the TAB difference.
New Data From Quarterly ASA Staffing Employment and Sales Survey U.S. staffing companies employed an average of 3.32 million temporary and contract workers per week in the third quarter of 2015, up 1.8% from the same period in 2014. Average weekly employment this July through September was the highest for any third quarter since 2000 and the second highest number of staffing employees since the inception of the ASA Staffing Employment and Sales Survey in 1992.---
Economists from the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation Foundation are less optimistic about U.S. manufacturing production over the next two years, but believe that the sector will add more jobs that previously anticipated. The group’s latest quarterly economic forecast estimated that production would increase by 2.6% next year, and by 3.0% the year after that, down from the 3.4% and 3.1% predicted, respectively, in the August forecast.Manufacturing.net (11/27/15) Andy Szal
The U.S. Department of Labor reports U.S. unemployment benefits fell by 12,000 to 260,000 in the week before Thanksgiving, keeping jobless claims near the lowest level in years. Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected claims to total a seasonally adjusted 270,000 in the seven days Nov. 15-21. The average of new claims over the past month, meanwhile, was unchanged at a seasonally adjusted 271,000, according to DOL. Continuing claims totaled 2.21 million in the seven days ended Nov. 14, which is 34,000 more than in the previous week.MarketWatch (11/25/15) Jeffry Bartash