Staffing Industry Review: Under the Microscope

August 2021

Kforce Senior Director of Associate Performance Jessica Schwaller and Talent Representative Casey Birdsall share insights with Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) about the newest generation entering the workforce, Gen Z.  This story takes a look at the best ways to recruit and engage with members of this generation.

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Coding with a twist: Tampa organization pairs teens, advocacy and tech with new camp

August 2021

Coding for a Change — a Kforce-sponsored, five-week coding camp for teens — was highlighted this month in Tampa Bay Inno. The story features a message from COO Kye Mitchell along with the inspiration behind the camp. The program aims to empower high school minority students to use technology skills to make a difference in the world. Kye said, “We support any chance we have to help young people reach their potential.” 

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Benefit of Counsel: A New Course

July 2021

Kforce General Counsel Jennifer Smayda shares insights in Staffing Industry Review about the due diligence employers should consider while determining a return to the office. “Keeping tabs on the evolving guidelines in your area is key to a successful transition back to the office,” Smayda said.

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Tampa Bay Times Highlights Kforce Original Data

July 2021

This Tampa Bay Times article features a Kforce study that showed 62 percent of workers would prefer a hybrid model of in-person and remote work, versus just 10 percent who favored in-person work only.

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Remote work expert weighs in on post-pandemic office trends

May 2021

A desire to relocate — while keeping their jobs — is driving some employees' enthusiasm for remote work, according to a Kforce study of 1,500 job seekers.  63% of respondents prefer to work remote in a location of their choice. Kforce Regional President Virg Palumbo talks to St. Pete Catalyst about the keys to success to maintaining a thriving, well-connected remote culture.

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