The results from our 4th annual “Trillium Takes on the Town” event are in and we are once again humbled! Each October, we challenge our staff across the nation to select a cause in their community to support and contribute to. Their drive and determination to give back to their local communities is truly awe inspiring. Please click on the image below to view the highlights of their accomplishments.
Trillium Staffing is excited to announce that once again they have been recognized by West Michigan’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in 2017. The awards competition provides the regional business community with the opportunity to showcase their best practices and demonstrate why they are an ideal place for employees to work. The awards are presented to organizations based on nominations and direct feedback from employees of each organization.
For the last 4 years, Trillium has continued to participate in a program where all of the branch offices decide on a way to give back to their local communities. Every March, Trillium offices nationwide have participated in an Annual Food Drive! Through the last few years, it continues to be obvious that our network of local offices, chambers and clients have had a deep dedication to their local communities.
Locally in Michigan, the Trillium Corporate office donated $740 to Kalamazoo Loaves and Fishes!
There is a long running idea that Halloween is just for kids. That unless you are under the age of 13 or in college, that dressing up and getting into the spirit of the holiday isn’t for adults and definitely doesn’t have a place in the office. That is just nonsense! Halloween could be the perfect way to boost your employees’ morale and keep your office motivated.
The American Staffing Association (ASA) is holding its annual Staffing World 2016 Convention in San Diego and boy, do they have something to celebrate!
I’m sure all of you have felt the effects of sleep deprivation at some point during your work day. But how widespread is lack of sleep in America?
Recently, counties across the country have begun rallying around a new initiative called “Banning the Box.” But what could this mean for your company or you as a job seeker? Let’s start with what does “Banning the Box” actually mean? Simply put, “Banning the Box” means removing the check box on an employment application that asks whether or not a candidate has been previously arrested or convicted of a crime.
Did you just graduate and are looking to get your foot in the door? Are you looking to grow in your current role? A lot of you may not realize it but the job search process begins long before you even think of submitting an application with a company. The best way to get things rolling is simply through networking.
For the last 3 years, Trillium has instituted a program to provide all of the branch offices a way to give back to their local communities. Every March, Trillium offices nationwide have participated in an Annual Food Drive! Through the last few years, it has become obvious that our network of local offices, chambers and clients have had a deep dedication to their local communities.