Discover the best way to select an ondemand staffing or gig-work vendor who can provide you with temporary workers when you need them.
Learn how temporary workers can reduce costs and minimize disruptions in a period of labor shortages and supply chain issues in hospitality.
Explore Jitjatjo's Pride Month 2023 guide, tailored for gig workers in the hospitality industry. Dive into supporting the LGBTQIA+ community, boost LGBTQIA+-owned businesses, and join in on fun Pride events. Amplify inclusivity in the gig economy, and commit to promoting diversity and acceptance throughout the year.
Learn how you can quickly support a better staffing, recruiting, and hiring experience of workers for your nursing home, medical center, or hospital. Check out this blog for best practices.
Get expert insights on the hiring crisis facing HR leaders and learn how technology promoting talent agility and skill distribution for frontline workforces allows organizations to secure labor more effectively. Read our blog for solutions on successful workforce management.
Everything changed for restaurants, venues, and hospitality businesses during the Covid pandemic. Even though for many Covid may seem to be “over,” there are so many lingering changes we think are here to stay in 2022.
It’s a job-seekers market and businesses are short-staffed. What do workers want and how can businesses compete?
In 2021, the gig economy has played a huge role in helping women find part-time work with workforce flexibility. Discover if gig work is for you and how Jitjatjo’s Flex program supports women today.
As businesses look to increase their contingent workforce, many are turning to technology-based staffing platforms and workforce management solutions for an efficient, affordable way to find the staff they need when they need them.
Many workers who were laid off during the pandemic are comfortable returning to work but are not ready to give up the financial security provided by unemployment benefits. Learn how furloughed and laid-off workers are able to return to work part-time and still collect benefits.