Author Archives: Ellie Patterson

Employee of the Week

Codie T.

Our team at The Temp Connection decided on Codie for our Employee of the Week due to the quality of the work and the positive attitude that he brought to the workplace of this large non-profit organization that offers wonderful programs to individuals. Thank you, Codie, for working with us and for doing such a great job. Congratulations on being our Employee of the Week!

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Employee of the Week

Sheryl M.

It seems that wherever we assign Sheryl and we have assigned her to many clients in the last year and a half, she just seems to do a good job. Sheryl is very flexible and her assignments have ranged from a position at the Pima County Fair to a legal firm. She is now working in a medical office and her strong customer service skills apply to any environment. Thanks, Sheryl, for working with us and we’re pleased to have chosen you as Employee of the Week. Congratulations!

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Number of Independent Workers in the U.S. Continues Steady Climb

The independent workforce continues to grow and mature, according to a report by MBO Partners as reported yesterday in Business Wire. The total number of self-employed Americans aged 21 and above rose to 40.9 million in 2017, up 2.8% from 2016. Independents, who now represent about 31% of the U.S. civilian labor force, are distributed across every demographic, age, gender, skill, and income group.Independents work in all segments of the U.S. workforce and are of vital importance to the economy, generating roughly $1.2 trillion of revenue for the economy, equal to about 6% of U.S. GDP.  This trend will continue to edge upward.


U.S. Employers Expect More Hiring

A record number of hiring managers in the U.S. anticipate more hiring in the next six months, according to a survey of 407 hiring professionals from DHI Group Inc. The expected rise in hiring comes at a time when unemployment is low and demand for skilled professionals is high, driving competition in the recruitment market. (As reported in PR Newswire with the DHI Group)


Employee of the Week

Lorraine L.

Thank you for working with us, Lorraine, and for doing such a good job at a new client’s office. You stepped right up and helped out in more ways than one, that’s for sure! We are glad that you are able to multi-task at the property management firm requiring answering busy phones, responding to customer needs, performing data entry work, and helping out those residents in the busy apartment complexes. Congratulations for being our Employee of the Week!

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Employee of the Month

Rayette S.

Congratulations goes out to Rayette for being selected as our Employee of the Month. Rayette has helped out a long-time client of ours for many weeks now and continues to apply her executive assistant skills to any and all projects that come her way. Rayette is very good at prioritizing and seems to handle a busy desk with the greatest of ease. Congratulations, Rayette, and thank you for your continued service with us. Enjoy the gift card!

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Employee of the Week

Edna C.

We are so pleased to have Edna as our Employee of the Week. Edna has performed successfully whether it’s in the office of an auto dealership, a title company, or an insurance agency. She brings joy and efficiency to the workplace. Edna is so very flexible that she can excel in almost any office environment no matter the industry. Congratulations, Edna! Thanks for working with us.


Employee of the Week

Meisha B.

Congratulations, Meisha, for being our Employee of the Week. We are so appreciative of you working with us and doing such a great job with a new Client. They are very happy with your work and are excited that you want to accept their permanent position with them. We were hoping that all would work out well with this job and that it would be a good fit for you. We’re glad you think so too!. Thanks for working with us and please enjoy the gift card.

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