We attended Staffing World 2013 at the Orlando Marriott Oct. 7-11, where we unveiled the latest version of COATS, coming soon in 2014.
The National Independent Staffing Association conference in Boston was great: informative panels, great people and Boston Cream Pie!
OSHA’s initiative focuses on temporary worker safety. We learned some ways to stay in compliance at the recent ASA Staffing Law Conference.
Last week, COATS got to network in Palm Springs, California with a group of wonderful people from a unique organization: TempNet.
Our communications director went to a conference of her own the week after Staffing World. She hasn’t stopped raving about it since she got back, so we figured we’d let her spell out what made it so great.
This year, we visited Las Vegas for Staffing World. What follows are the tales that were approved not to stay in Vegas, from our own VP of Business Development, Karen Connor.
Having clear idea goals is just one way of maximizing the conference experience. Here are some other ways to get the most out of a conference.
It might be tempting to think of a conference as being more or less like any work day. However, it might be better to think of it as more of an endurance event in business casual.
Last week, we had the privilege of attending TempNet’s annual conference at the Ritz-Carlton (woo hoo!) in Sarasota, Florida.
This is a summary of a presentation our founder, Tom Sarach, made on a panel at Staffing World 2011. We think it’s valuable information to pass along to everyone in staffing.
Well, maybe not an adventure in the strictest sense (we got out of the convention center maybe once or twice), but COATS had a great time at Staffing World 2011 last week in New Orleans.
Staffing World is the staffing industry’s biggest event, and this year’s conference hasn’t disappointed so far.
We’re getting ready to head to New Orleans for Staffing World 2011. We’ll be in Booth 211, back to back with our buddies Global Cash Card and across from our buddies Essential StaffCARE.