Kye Mitchell, Kforce COO, Calls for Support for Best Buddies

June 2020

The St. Pete Catalyst spotlights Kforce Chief Operating Officer, Kye Mitchell, as she calls on the community to help support Best Buddies, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. More than 51 percent of Best Buddies participants in Florida have lost their jobs as a result of the pandemic, “this breaks my heart,” said Mitchell.

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Kforce’s Jessica Schwaller on Sustaining Team Culture and Employee Happiness During COVID-19

June 2020

The Muse features Jessica Schwaller, Kforce Director of Associate Performance and Development, about empowering employees to build successful careers, maintaining team culture and morale while operating remotely and more. “What we do impacts thousands of people every day,” says Schwaller. “We can change lives by providing income, purpose, and long-term success to our consultants and clients, but it all starts with our internal teams.”

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Forbes highlights Kforce for remote job openings

June 2020

In this article, Forbes highlights Kforce as one of the top 25 companies with more than 300 remote job openings. A reported 20 million unemployed Americans are currently searching for work and with stay-at-home orders in place amid the coronavirus pandemic there is a high demand for virtual careers.

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The 10 companies hiring the most remote freelance workers right now

May 2020

As virtual jobs have increased 24% from March to April, so do economical options for employers. CNBC lists Kforce as a top company hiring the most remote workers during COVID-19.

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Marine applies lessons from the Corps to corporate leadership

May 2020
Former Infantry Officer to the U.S. Marine Corps, Kforce Region President Virgil Palumbo shares insights on the fundamentals he’s learned from his military experience and how it’s shaped his career success in the corporate world. “As Marines, we practice till we’re perfect so that when the day comes, we don’t have to think...we just execute,” he says.

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