Price-sensitive companies are sticking tight to budgets, but keeping their wish lists high. They want to hire the qualified candidate who can offer them the best return on their investment and are flexing their pocketbooks with less frequency than they did in years past. They want great talent, but at bargain prices.
So, you have decided to make a career change and find a new job. Suddenly you find yourself spending an innate amount of time searching job boards, talking to former colleagues, tweeting members of trade associations, networking with personal contacts and hoping that you will see the perfect job posted online, or that someone you know can suggest something terrific for you through their own circles.
LLoyd Staffing is joining staffing firms from across the nation in celebrating National Staffing Employee Week. Established by the American Staffing Association, this commemorative week honors the millions of temporary and contract employees working for U.S. staffing firms.
With summer coming to a close, many people have gardens overflowing with the vegetables they’ve worked so hard to grow over the past few months.
We find that at LLoyd we have a mix of gardeners and chefs – there must be some relationship to finetuning and putting ingredients together the same way there is to effectively matching talent and employers.
Our “culture of cooks” works for us and allows our staff to engage in friendships that strengthen the bond between colleagues.
Certainly, the three LLoydsters shown here who collectively have over 75 years at LLoyd, have been a huge part of our company’s sustainability and level of performance over the years. (By, the way we are in HIRING mode right now and have several excellent opportunities for those interested in a recruitment industry career.)
They offer up three of their favorite recipes for summer bounty.
Click the image for a larger version of their recipes.
LLoyd Staffing is very proud to be part of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF’s) ONE Walk to help JDRF create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D) for the millions of children and adults living with this disease.