Recruitment agencies may outsource in a league of their own when it comes to gainful employment. At times one may find themselves calling frequently to ask if employment is available, but only to be told “no employment is available at this time.”
At least 29 states out of 50 have legal statutes forbidding blacklisting; a crime with consequence and punitive damages.
However blacklisting doesn’t necessarily pertain to recruitment employment availability but rather maybe the recruiter found something unappealing or perhaps the recruiter simply didn’t find one to be relatively adequate and placed one on a least likely to call list.
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“How Far Will You Go?”
Currently there are nearly 8 million people out of work. Meanwhile, the staffing and recruitment agencies have been growing faster than the overall employment rates. Current statistics indicate that unemployment may drop significantly but not as one might think. Times have changed prior to past and throughout postwar era recessions when the US Department of Commerce started tracking Gross Domestic Products (GDP) in 1930’s.These unique economic shift changes have fundamentally created a new era based on present unemployment rates and how recruitment agencies factor into future outcomes for employees. Over the course 2015, U.S. staffing agencies hired over 15 million temporary and contract employees, up by nearly 8% from over 14 million in 2014. Overall growth is predicted to accelerate significantly; supply and demand will continue to grow for recruitment agencies for 2017, leaving a global footprint towards new charted demographics, perhaps years and decades to come.