Bonney Blog

Temporary Jobs Becoming a Permanent Fixture in U.S.

Posted: Mon, Jul 8th, 2013 12:23:00 pmTemporary Jobs Becoming a Permanent Fixture in U.S. as More Employers Seek ‘Just-in-Time’ Labor     Associated Press (O7/07/13), by Chris Rugaber A variety of companies increasingly are turning to temporary labor, freelancers, contract workers, and consultants.  This group of employees numbers nearly 17 million, or about 12% of U.S. workers… Read more »

White House Delays Health-Care Rule for Businesses

Posted: Wed, Jul 3rd, 2013 9:31:15 am Administration Says It Will Delay Obamacare Penalties for Large Firms Until 2015 In a surprise announcement late Tuesday, the Treasury Department announced that it will not require large employers to offer health insurance to their employees in 2014 or face a $2,000 penalty.  It was pushed off until… Read more »

BONNEY’s New Website and New BONNEY Blog!

Posted: Tue, Jun 25th, 2013 11:00:00 am Welcome to BONNEY Staffing Center’s new website and new BONNEY Blog!  We are thrilled that you stopped by and are proud to share a little bit about our company.  We hope that you will continue on to explore our site and view more of what BONNEY has to… Read more »

Medicaid Expansion Letter from BONNEY Staffing CEO

Posted: Tue, Jun 11th, 2013 11:23:25 amBONNEY Staffing’s CEO, Joel Gratwick, and Treasurer, Rebecca Gratwick, wrote the following letter on Maine’s Medicaid expansion, which was recently printed in the “Letters to the Editor” section of both the Portland Press Herald and the Bangor Daily News.  Please learn more about BONNEY Staffing’s work to implement the Affordable Care Act… Read more »

Why Employees Stay (and Why They Go)

Posted: Sun, Jun 9th, 2013 12:03:08 pm Here’s a recent article from Inc. magazine that we at BONNEY thought was interesting: Why Employees Stay (and Why They Go) by Janine Popick, Inc. Magazine, June 2013 What makes employees stay for the long haul when they can get higher pay by jumping around? The answer may surprise you. As business owners, do we… Read more »