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This profile was last updated on 12/15/05  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

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Baltimore's Increase in Temporary Employment an Indicator of Economic Growth, 4 Dec 2003 [cached]
Ahead of the US unemployment report for November due out Friday, December 5, 2003, Cyndy Fields, an Adecco vice president in the Baltimore market, said, "We have seen increases in orders for temporary workers across many industries.Customer service, including inbound and outbound call centers, has shown encouraging activity, as have telecommunications retail sales.Of course, we've also seen increases in seasonal positions such as holiday delivery services and data entry for insurance companies conducting open enrollments.On the production side, we're seeing more activity in paper goods and personal care products."
Fields noted, "The Baltimore area is home to a wide variety of industries, and we're receiving orders from many of them.Because we serve a broad spectrum of companies, our increase in orders across the board causes us to be cautiously optimistic about the region's employment picture.Baltimore-area companies are watching their numbers closely, especially those that are service oriented, because the natural progression of economic growth means that service industries will see improvement later in the cycle.We're beginning to see that they are gaining confidence in the economy and are laying the groundwork for building their full-time workforce."
Fields is available for comment on the Baltimore job market as it relates to the US November unemployment data.She can be reached through either of the contacts above.
Temp time, 11 Aug 2005 [cached]
While saving money can be a factor in hiring temps, another is the flexibility that both employers and employees seek, said Cyndy Fields, Adecco's regional vice president for the Chesapeake region, which includes suburban Maryland.
Businesses seek better ways to compete in changing environments, and turning to staffing companies is one way to do that, she said.
Many of Adecco's temporary employees are hired permanently, Fields said. - business, 6 Dec 2003 [cached]
Cyndy Fields, Adecco Employment Services' regional vice president for the Baltimore-Washington area, said she's seen slight increases in temporary hiring over the past year, generally an indicator of job creation to come.
Right now, they're placing more people in seasonal positions like retail but also data-entry, telemarketing, customer service and other evergreen jobs.About half the positions have the potential to become permanent, she said.
FEMA Employment: temporary employment baltimore, 4 Mar 2005 [cached]
Article | Baltimore's Increase in Temporary Employment an Indicator of Economic Growth; Adecco USA VP Cyndy Fields ...
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