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    PivotPartners™ is a leading provider of strategic talent management that integrates a broad range of resources, including labor and technology, allowing businesses to outsource.

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  • Michelle Benjamin’s Article Featured on ThomasNet.com
    Michelle Benjamin’s Article Featured on ThomasNet.com

    Keeping Off-Shift Employees Engaged Has First-Shift Importance by Michelle Benjamin Off-shift workers often can feel neglected, with little interaction with management, human resources, and other departments. Their inclusion in companywide activities can nurture this shift’s employee engagement and prevent workforce issues.

  • Michelle Benjamin Featured in ExpertBeacon
    Michelle Benjamin Featured in ExpertBeacon

    Grow Your Business While Keeping Operation Costs Under Control by Michelle Benjamin Whether you are a business with a single employee or one with thousands of employees, keeping operating costs under control is something all businesses struggle with on an ongoing basis. From utilities to employee salaries, there are costs to running a business. These costs don’t have to have a negative impact to your bottom line if they are managed correctly. Here are some ways that businesses regardless of size can keep these costs under control. Click here to view the full article on Expert Beacon >>

  • Creating Meaningful Logistics Training Programs on a Budget – Michelle Benjamin’s Article Featured on InboundLogistics.com
    Creating Meaningful Logistics Training Programs on a Budget – Michelle Benjamin’s Article Featured on InboundLogistics.com

    Training costs are often among the first budget items to be reduced or eliminated. Smart companies, however, recognize the vital role logistics training plays in keeping their teams ahead of the competition, and choose to manage their training budget carefully. Click Here to View the Full Article >>

  • Michelle Benjamin Featured in the February Issue of Profit Magazine
    Michelle Benjamin Featured in the February Issue of Profit Magazine

    The Power of Flat - How organizations without managers succeed in the real world by Minda Zetlin It’s the kind of small inefficiency found in every business. One group of supply chain employees collects, breaks down, and disposes of wooden palettes—while another purchases palettes. But to simplify processes and cut costs, management from a large cosmetics company invited all employees to join a leaderless work group. Reusing the palettes was 1 of 500 changes the group identified—and it saved the company US$150 million per year. Read More >>

  • Michelle Benjamin Featured in ExpertBeacon
    Michelle Benjamin Featured in ExpertBeacon

    Advice for small business owners on successfully starting a business by Michelle Benjamin The idea of starting your own business and being your own boss is a concept that many of us find exciting. According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), over 600,000 new businesses are started each year in the United States. The SBA also reports that approximately one-third of those businesses will fail within the first two years. So as a new business owner, what can you do to make sure that your business is not one of those that fails?

  • Check Out Michelle Benjamin, the Workforce Solutions Guru, Featured on Yahoo!
    Check Out Michelle Benjamin, the Workforce Solutions Guru, Featured on Yahoo!

    5 ways to attract the right new hires in 2014 By Adrienne Burke | Profit Minded If you’ve ever made a hiring mistake—and who hasn’t?—you know the consequences can be painful. Many of them— including the estimate that a bad fit for even the lowest paid job will cost an employer $25,000—are presented in a National Business Research Institute infographic. And a widely cited statistic attributed to the U.S. Department of Labor, which has long offered employers guidance on good hiring practices, puts the cost of a bad hire at 30 percent of the employee’s potential annual salary.

  • Michelle Benjamin Featured in ExpertBeacon
    Michelle Benjamin Featured in ExpertBeacon

    Select a reliable and trustworthy workforce solutions provider Many small to medium sized businesses are choosing to utilize a workforce solutions company in an effort to reduce their operating costs. Today, there is a wide range of solution providers available offering services from temporary workers to human resources to payroll and accounting services. Like any other business category, there are good providers and not so good providers. Follow this advice to make sure your decision to use a workforce solutions provider is successful and has a positive impact on the corporate bottom line.

  • How to Design an Effective Performance Review
    How to Design an Effective Performance Review

    Michelle Benjamin's Article Featured on ThomasNet.com As the U.S. manufacturing industry struggles to find fresh talent, retaining and rewarding existing workers becomes increasingly important. While there are many ways to keep staff engaged and happy, one often-neglected method is the performance review process.

  • Michelle Benjamin Featured In ExpertBeacon
    Michelle Benjamin Featured In ExpertBeacon

    Manage the budget and cut expenses while maintaining employee morale  As a manager, you are consistently asked to reduce spending and to do more with less. As we move toward the end of the fiscal year and begin the budgeting process for next year, here are some ideas for cutting expenses while still being able to be productive and keep your employees engaged and content.

  • Using Online Learning to Bridge the Skills Gap in Manufacturing
    Using Online Learning to Bridge the Skills Gap in Manufacturing

    By Michelle Benjamin For U.S. manufacturing facilities to become and stay competitive, they need to cut waste, streamline their processes, and have well-trained employees. Though there has been a significant job loss within the manufacturing sector, the overall amount of goods being produced has remained fairly constant. This is the result of an increase in automated manufacturing processes and less manual effort by employees.

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To Support Women Entrepreneurs to Build and Grow Viable Businesses...

PivotPartners™ will donate 5% of our net profits to The Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women. They bring female entrepreneurs from around the world to the US for mentoring; the women then return to their home countries to expand their small businesses and train other women. Its recent students have included an Afghan woman who owns a soccer and volleyball manufacturing company and a silkworm farmer in Rwanda.