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Playtime: Speeding Up Production with Flexible Hiring

By Jessica LaGrossa If you are a parent and have visited a shopping mall in the last decade, then you have probably experienced the wonder that is Playtime. Those large, colorful climbers, crawlers, and interactive elements that eagerly engage kids and serve as a welcomed respite from mom’s long shopping list—that’s Playtime’s magic! These custom-designed, […]

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New year, new minimum wage: what extra money means for you

By Sarah Ash By now, you’ve probably already heard about another bump up in Colorado’s minimum wage from the passage of Amendment 70 in November of 2016.  It benefits both normal and tipped employees. We broke it down so you can know what to expect when your looking for your next job if it offers […]

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Mayco Colors

By Jessica LaGrossa Ceramic artists and potters know Mayco Colors well. Founded in 1954, Mayco is one of the world’s leading producers of ceramic products, which can be found in many major retailers. If you are a ceramicist—whether professional or hobbyist—and aren’t familiar with the Mayco name, it’s very likely you are familiar with any […]

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IONEX Research Corporation Partners with Employment Solutions

By Jessica LaGrossa IONEX Research Corporation is an engineering and quality assurance based company that designs and manufactures high-performance process filtration and treatment equipment used in environmental and personnel working atmosphere systems. In other words, explained Tiffiny Pergola, human resources administrator, IONEX creates filtration units that become the barrier that protects between nuclear waste and […]

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3 simple ways a break from work during the holiday will help your career

By Sarah Ash There’s more than one reason many of us look forward to holidays. We get to spend time with family and friends that come from out of town or search for the perfect gift for someone we love. And living in Colorado makes us lucky enough to see snow, sunshine, or sometimes both […]

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5 Do’s and Don’ts of your First Interview at a Staffing Agency

By Sarah Ash Our 5 do’s and don’ts for your first interview with a Staffing Agency. Keep in mind that most often you will meet with a Recruiter or Staffing Specialist for about 20- 30 min.   Working with a staffing agency can be a great way to get access to jobs that you might […]

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It’s the year 2025: Are you a Digital Twin Engineer, or a Predicative Supply Network Analyst?

Deloitte & The Manufacturing Institute gives us a glimpse into the future with the who’s-who of manufacturing jobs and fills us in on how manufactures can develop the next skilled workforce in partnerships with things like A. I. and young students. By Sarah Ash       It can seem like there are two types […]

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Creating Unparalleled Value and Long-term Partnerships

When Rick Wagner, CEO and Founder of Employment Solutions, and his wife, Kate, jumped straight from college to the staffing field over 20 years ago, they did so with no experience but a lot of enthusiasm. Set on opening their own staffing company, the two looked to Wagner’s grandfather, who worked for a national staffing […]

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Insourcing – Creating Opportunities from Within

By Jessica LaGrossa While Employment Solutions is in the business of matching temporary employees with businesses looking for temporary assistance, these partnerships can sometimes lead to full time opportunities under the proper circumstances. Often, those seeking positions with well-respected, thriving companies will first reach out to Employment Solutions in order to get the proverbial foot-in-the-door. […]

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WEBINAR – Beware of Worker Misclassification!

Join us on Tuesday January 15th at 11am MST for a live webinar with Connie Wendt, and learn about the dangers of worker misclassification and understanding the independent contractor landscape!     REGISTER NOW Is Using a Subcontractor Putting You at Risk? This is a guest post by Connie Wendt, VP of Compliance and Relations […]

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