As manufacturing plants have become more automated, they are requiring people with more technical skills. Projections are that by 2025 as many as 2 million manufacturing jobs will be unfilled. With demand expected to go up faster than in other industries, manufacturers will need to get creative to fill jobs. ‘“Are robots the answer for… Read More »
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(Not So) Patiently Awaiting a Critical Shipment?
The BiTAS Tracking Data Framework Profile may have a solution. The what now? The Blockchain in Transport Alliance’s new standard for tracking shipments. Read more from Material Handling & Logistics about how Blockchain can help with tracking and visibility in the global supply chain. Blockchain Standard Approved to Create Supply Chain Efficiency Get Help, Not… Read More »
How the Food Packaging Industry is Improving Ecological and Economic Efficiency
When Change is Great For most, the 9 million tons of plastic flowing into our oceans is plenty to inspire change. But wait, there’s more! Sustainable packaging can actually cut your costs and increase your sales. More on improving customer relationships and optimizing production can be found in this ThomasNet article “The Latest Trend That’s… Read More »
Triple Bottom-Line Approach to Manufacturing
The triple bottom line – or people, planet and profit – is so much better than just profit alone. Forbes contributor Kate Harrison offers three ways to use sustainable design. Why? Because your customers feel more positively about you when you care about the impact you have on our planet. Read more about improving your… Read More »
4 Reasons To Consider A Temp Job Or Contract Job
America’s staffing companies hire nearly 15 million temporary and contract employees a year. One-third are offered a permanent jobs where they work on an assignment. – American Staffing Association According to Forbes Next Avenue contributor Penny Locey, “These roles are a great way for unemployed workers to get back to employment and are strong… Read More »
The State of Ohio is giving out Training Dollars to Employers
Applications for the Ohio Incumbent Workforce Training Program for Fiscal Year 2019 are about to be available! The following link has more information on the program and the application process: https://development.ohio.gov/bs/bs_wtvp.htm?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=2018-10-1_Newsletter_FINAL&utm_medium=email
Our Lakewood Office Moved!!!
Come visit our Great Work team at our new location!! 7020 Biddulph Road Brooklyn OH 44144 We have many open positions and are always interviewing talent for great jobs in Cuyahoga County!
It’s Job Fair Season!
by Kimberly D, Branch Manager Job fairs are an excellent way for job seekers to meet multiple employers at one time who have current hiring needs. If you are currently looking for a job, considering a job change or want to see what kind of jobs are available this is an easy one stop shop.… Read More »
Great Work! Testifies in Support of HB 343
Great Work! Testifies in Support of HB 343 November 18, 2015 Great Work! Employment Services’ President testified in front of the Ohio House of Representative’s Economic and Workforce Development Committee supporting HB 343. HB 343 seeks to repeal the sales tax placed on temporary employment services in Ohio since 1993. 2 manufacturing companies (Whirlpool and… Read More »
Proud to be Named Cascade Capital’s Emerging Growth – Service Winner
Although we have grown most every year since 1992, the recession in ’08-’09 forced us to put a growth strategy in place. As such, we made improvements that have benefited our field employees, our staff and our clients. We are stronger today due to changes we started then and continue to implement as we look… Read More »