Ellen graduated from Presbyterian College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. Ellen joins AccruePartners after spending two years traveling and working as a Leadership Consultant for Sigma Sigma Sigma. She has recently settled in Charlotte and brings her relationship building expertise to the AccruePartners team.
“We are so thrilled to have been recognized again by Inc. magazine for our sixth year,” states Amy Pack, Principal Partner at AccruePartners. “We’re not only honored to be part of America’s expanding entrepreneurial economy, but we’re also extremely grateful to our clients, candidates and the AccruePartners team for contributing to our ongoing success.”
Blake graduated from Florida State University with a concentration in Finance and Human Resource Management. Prior to joining AccruePartners, Blake worked for Victory Packaging as an Outsides Sales Executive for 6+ years. Blake’s work ethic and expertise make him a valuable asset to the AccruePartners team!
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Per the survey, nearly half of U.S. employers intend to add full-time employees through December 31st and one-third of them plan to hire temporary workers. Both aspects bode well not just because it’s good news but because it’s higher than last year’s numbers, too.
Last year, employers were looking to hire contract workers through year-end but were planning to keep full-time hiring at a standstill. In fact, the plan to hire full-time workers this year is up from 44 percent last year. Essentially this year’s forecast showcases forward movement in all areas.
As for industries with the biggest bursts of employment? Information technology, financial services, hospitality and then health care. The types of roles include social media, mobile technology, cloud technology, wellness, online contact strategies, cyber security, search technology and more.
If you’re trying to decide on your career direction or next career move, consider working for a temporary employment agency. Benefits:
- It gives you the opportunity to work for different sized companies with different cultural environments.
- It gives you the opportunity to work in different industries.
- It can help you update skills you haven’t used in a while.
- It provides job experience you can add to your resume.
- It helps get your foot in the door at your target companies.
- It often includes other benefits, such as medical insurance, sick pay, holiday pay, etc.
- Temporary work often leads to a full-time position.
North Carolina ranks among states with the fastest-growing tech sectors during the first half of the year.
That’s according to a new report from Dice.com, a career website for IT and engineering professionals, which reports the Tar Heel State’s 3.8 percent increase in tech jobs was third-highest in the nation.
“On any given day, North Carolina’s tech employers post 2,200 open positions on Dice searching for Java and SQL professionals, as well as Business Analysts amongst others,” the report states.
North Carolina trailed only Texas and Florida, where tech-sector growth came in at 6 percent and 5.6 percent, respectively.
Nationwide, 80,651 available tech jobs were posted as of Aug. 1, Dice reports.
In her new role, she will be taking on a new challenge at AccruePartners that is focused on the internal recruiting and hiring needs for the firm. Alissa will continue to maintain her relationships with key clients, but she will also begin contributing to the ongoing efforts centered around AccruePartners’ steady national growth & expansion.
If you are interested in joining AccruePartners as a Staffing Manager or Executive Recruiter please reach out to Alissa Tripp at email@example.com.