From assisting with compensation negotiation to positively representing a niche skill set, recruiters act as important advocates throughout the hiring process.
EG President & CEO, Mark Lancaster, sat down with the Michigan Chamber of Commerce to discuss what inspires him and the rest of the EG Workforce Solutions team to come to work every day.
According to Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) new employment data suggests that “the ability of the U.S. economy to draw in more workers from the sidelines and into the labor force will be a key factor...
Michigan Sick Pay Law
The short answer is yes. The new law impacts full-time employees at companies with 50+ employees, but it does not apply to temporary or most part-time workers...
Michigan's new minimum wage law
Michigan’s legislature revised a ballot proposal to sign a minimum wage increase into law. The new law increases the minimum hourly wage rate from $9.25 to $9.45 beginning March 29, 2019.