Skip to main content

Hire Dynamics Opens New Branch Office in Cobb County to Help Staff & Support the Growing Businesses in the Area

Hire Dynamics, an industry leading staffing provider based in Gwinnett, announces the opening of its new Cobb County branch office. The company has experienced meaningful client growth and notable successes in the Cobb area which led the Hire Dynamics team to expand with an office specifically dedicated to the needs of local businesses. Hire Dynamics […]

Hire Dynamics in the News: A Resource for Questions Surrounding the ACA

By: Dan Campbell, CEO, Hire Dynamics Last month, our CFO Jon Neff was featured in a piece for Proformative.com, “Your Burning Questions About the Health Care Act Finally Answered.” He is quoted, as follows: “CFOs like foregone conclusions and are most effective in safeguarding their company’s assets, resource allocations and maximizing ROI, when there are known variables. […]

Georgia’s Manufacturing Renaissance and the Big Picture

By: Dan Campbell, CEO, Hire Dynamics Recently, I had the honor of sharing my “Viewpoint” with Atlanta Business Chronicle readers on the manufacturing “renaissance” currently underway in Georgia. In the article, I shared insights I learned firsthand attending a recent Next Generation Manufacturing Signature event at the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute. The event hosted several Georgia […]

Long-Term Unemployment a ‘National Crisis’

Wall Street Journal 1/18/12 – Sara Murray; Cameron McWhirter While the job market is improving, long-term unemployment continues to be particularly pronounced, and there is little indication that it is falling quickly. The government reported in December that 3.9 million nationwide had been out of work for at least a year and were still looking. […]

Four macro trends that will reshape the staffing industry

By Leslie Stevens-Huffman, Staffing Industry Analyst It’s been business as usual in the staffing industry since the recovery began in 2009, as companies enjoyed the customary rebound in staffing services. But the industry has recovered only about half of what it lost, which was about a third of its workforce. A convergence of four macro […]

Jobs Help Desk on 11Alive

LIVE CHAT: Jobs Help Desk (10/20/11 on 11Alive Morning News) More than one in 10 Georgians is jobless. The Georgia Department of Labor released new figures Thursday morning showing a jump in the state’s unemployment to 10.3 percent, a full percentage point higher than the national average. Roughly 487,000 people in Georgia are out of work. In September […]

Companies should be wary of worker flight risk

In the midst of “the great recession,” companies are less fearful that their employees will flee for a better job offer. With the decrease in hiring, many businesses are focused on cutting costs, but will ignoring benefits now lead to disaster later? Researches and high-performing companies seem to think so. The recession has lead to cutbacks in benefits, resulting in unhappy employees. […]

Five Trends Shaping the Future of Human Resources

By Dr. Bob Nelson There are five major trends that will increasingly impact the workforce for all organizations: The Growing Shortage of Skilled Workers, The Rise of the Millennials, The Increase of Contingent Workers, The Evolving Role of Virtual Employees, The Globalization of the Labor Market. With unemployment still hovering around 9-10%, it is hard […]

Non-employee labor a growing trend in work force

Summary of the AJC Article, “Non-employee labor a growing trend in work force.” February 22, 2011 Recovering from the Great Recession does not mean business will bounce back and return to normal – fundamental changes must be made. In a quest to get back on their feet, businesses are turning to temporary labor at a […]

Job Report Muddies Outlook

Wall Street Journal article summary: “Job Report Muddies Outlook” February 5, 2011 Even though unemployment fell to 9% from 9.4% – the lowest level in nearly two years –there are still concerns that January’s meager job growth will be the trend for 2011. The government’s broad synopsis of the job market showed payrolls ticked up […]