The USPRO Commitment

USPRO is one of the country’s leading staffing agencies. As a woman-owned and operated business founded in Boston, MA, we are fully committed to providing a robust staffing profile of temporary and permanent solutions that meet a wide range of business needs. We work hard to supply the highest quality solutions from payroll services to staffing support personal. We set the standard and are dedicated to helping our clients accomplish their goals, whatever they are.

For businesses of all sizes, staffing can be a challenge. We understand that challenge like no other consulting service. We see the ongoing war for talent, the impact of the talent gap and the struggle to attract and retain industry-leading talent. Our experience is second to none when it comes to meeting the needs of our clients, and that is reflected in our commitment.

Our Commitment to Our Clients

We are committed to acting as a true staffing partner. We work hard to find the best and the brightest applicants to support our clients, no matter what the project needs are. We work with the philosophy that the formula for continued success is the ability to provide our clients with the right person for the right job. Our industry knowledge and expertise makes the hiring process simple and effective, providing our clients with the highly skilled and qualified individuals who will turn dreams into reality, and goals into achievements.

Our Commitment to Our Contractors

At USPRO, we are committed to support and enhance the careers of the individuals who are paramount to our success. We continually focus our efforts on networking with small, medium and enterprise business vendor opportunities across these United States to pair the right people with the right jobs. To us, the job is really about the people. Treating our people fairly, and positioning them to achieve maximum success is what keeps our reputation high, our candidates effective in their roles and our clients coming back and working with us.

We’re More Than a Temp Agency

Together with our clients and candidates, we’ve accomplished and will continue to accomplish great things. Our team of dedicated and well-educated staffing specialists will work closely with you to identify, recruit and retain the top candidates to help all parties involved attain pre-determined objectives. The sum of those parts equals a win in all respective categories. We’re here to serve you, and in serving you, we continue to establish a track record of great and continued success.

Are you looking for a strategic partner to help you manage your career or workforce needs?

To learn more about how we can help you accomplish your goals this year, contact the team at USPRO today. Whether you need support in payroll services or staffing support personnel, we know how to provide the temporary and permanent operative solutions to meet your business needs. Call today for an in-depth consultation.

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3 Tips for Reducing the Stress of Managing a Large Temporary Workforce

Managing a temporary workforce can be a stressful task. Especially in large groups, the coordination, management skills, flexibility and leadership required to keep everyone on track can get a little chaotic, to say the least. But with these three tips, you can make sure your team has the guidance and leadership they need to succeed.

Tip #1: Stay Organized

Managing a large workforce is challenging enough without the added complexity of temporary staff. In situations like these, there are often greater demands on your time and resources based on training and onboarding new team members, and the chance you will need to deal with a higher rate of turnover than with regular employees. It’s important to hire the right people, keep your standards high even when your needs are great, and above all – keep the team organized. A well-oiled machine works well because each part knows it’s job and is capable of meeting the goals set for it. Make sure your team has the resources and information they need to get the job done right by staying organized, tracking successes, addressing obstacles quickly and pivoting as needed.

Tip #2: Be Flexible

In large numbers, it is inevitable that some recruits will succeed and others will move on to find a project that is a better fit. Some staff simply work out better on specific temp projects than others which can make it more difficult to get the project done. This is especially true if you are unable to change as needed or be flexible in your approach to the project. Schedule and budget are two potential areas that can always benefit from a little flexibility; however, consider where you can adjust expectations in terms of remote workers, hours and incentives to recruit high-quality talent. A little flexibility can go a long way toward reducing stress.

Tip #3: Ask for Help

A large temporary workforce requires a lot of effort to manage. If you are tasked with recruiting, hiring, onboarding and supervising the entire workforce yourself, chances are you will find yourself stretched thin. To make ends meet, you may find yourself needing to ask for help. This is never a bad thing. In fact, delegation is one of the most important leadership skills a manager can have. If you find the time and effort required to manage a large group of temporary workers is resulting in undue stress, there are support options available.

Working with a staffing agency is the obvious choice in these cases. Recruiters are experts in their field, and they know how to find and onboard the talent you need to accomplish your goals. Whether the opportunities are short term, specialized or unique in some other aspect, your staffing consultants are your lifeline to making the best hires. They are well worth the investment and are fully capable of meeting the needs of even the most stressful staffing challenges.

Are you looking to better manage your workforce?

For a peek at what an industry-leading staffing agency can do for you, contact the experts at USPRO. Call today and don’t let stress get the better of you.

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