LaborMAX Memo on COVID-19

Dear Valued Customers,    The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continue to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19). We wanted to assure you that LaborMax Staffing is taking preventative measures such as implementing travel bans to stop the potential spread of COVID-19 within our locations. It remains our top priority to continue to provide a safe workplace and encourage practices protecting the health of employees, customers, and visitors. We will continue to comply with all government requirements while resuming normal business operations.   We are asking all employees to cooperate in taking steps to reduce the transmission of communicable diseases in the workplace while following guidelines from the World Health Organization and CDC. Listed below is what LaborMax Staffing has implemented thus far.   Employee Expectations:  Staying home when sick  Frequently washing hands  … Read more »

LaborMax: Getting Bigger to Serve You Better

When you work with a staffing firm, there are two major qualities that you should look for. You want scope and you want a people-centered approach.  LaborMax provides both. And we have statistics to prove it.  New data released by Staffing Industry Analysts, or SIA, make it official: LaborMax has joined the ranks of the largest industrial staffing firms in the country.  The SIA, a research group dedicated to providing statistics on the recruiting and temporary staffing industry, listed LaborMax among the largest players in the industry, with $150 million in U.S. industrial temporary staffing revenue in 2018. This puts LaborMax among the top 50 firms… Read more »

Top Shelf Safety Improvements You Can Make Today

The way you work helps you avoid injury and illness, as well as feel better overall. In the time it takes you to say “workplace safety” you can improve the way you work—helping yourself and those around you stay healthy and safe. It’s time to hit the “easy button” and make five small changes that add up to big results. Five Ways to Be Safer at Work You can try all of the following easy-peasy safety techniques as soon as today: Lift Items Properly When lifting, never put strain on your back. Instead, bend your knees and stoop down to… Read more »