History of Staffing - Temps join the Workforce

Blog Post created by cdooley Advocate on Jul 7, 2016

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Temporary work has changed greatly since the 1940s. For many years, temporary workers made up a rather small portion of the overall labor force in the United States. Typically, temporary workers were women in clerical positions who provided companies with an easy solution for permanent workers who needed a leave of absence, when on vacation, or during an illness. Soon the idea of a temporary worker became part of the normal workforce and companies began to realize the advantages of both roles.


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