Monthly Archives: January 2012

Human Resources Assistant

HR Assistant will keep record of employees, such as worker’s name, address, job title, pay, and health insurance benefits. Will update information and answer questions about employees. Creates reports, answers phones and opens mail.

Sales Representative

We are looking for seasoned sales professionals only! Our client is looking to move fairly quickly on this. Our client is willing to set you up in your own office, in an executive suite between Albany and Saratoga. You will be working with the company as a whole but day-to-day on your own. The position… Continue Reading

Legal Secretary

This is a permanent position that is needed for large, local law firm of Glens Falls. Ideal candidate will have two years of matrimonial and real estate law. Duties include billings, filings, preparing legal documents and general legal assistance. 35 hour work week with great benefits. Call today, 583-7823, for an immediate interview! Continue Reading

Overnight Auditor

This position is temp-perm, At a great internationally known company, located in Saratoga Springs! Hours are 11PM-7AM, and can start immediatley. Great discounts & benefits! Past hotel/hositality experience is a plus! Position paying $12/hr Continue Reading

Medical Assembler

We have numerous medical assembly positions throughout the Glens Falls and Queensbury areas. The ideal candidate must be able to: Insert parts into partial assembly, during various stages of assembly to complete the product. Record information, such as the number of products tested, meter readings, and date and time product placed in the oven. Feed… Continue Reading

This Time, the Growth in Temps May Be Here to Stay

by John Zappe Jan 24, 2012 “Unemployment is expected to remain above 8 percent for the next four years.” That gloomy assessment of the U.S. economy from FedEx Chief Economist Gene Huang is echoed in any number of reports and economic predictions. “Most predictions,” says an economic analysis by the Society for Human Resource Management, “are less optimistic now… Continue Reading

Forecasts and expectations for 2012…

The job market has finally started to  bounce back, with employers adding 200,000 jobs in December and the unemployment rate dropping to 8.5%.  These trends, hopefully, should continue in 2012. Some predictions for the job market in 2012 include the continued utilization of social media to recruit, screen and parse applicable candidates,  an increase in… Continue Reading

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