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Staffworks Stands Ready to Assist the Business Community

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and subsequent preventive measures have created new challenges for every organization. Employees may not be able to report to work as needed due to illness or issues with child or elder care.   Staffworks stands ready to assist you with your staffing shortages during this public health challenge. Hundreds of local… Read more »

Message from rapid! PayCard

A message from rapid! PayCard to their clients: We understand the concern and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, and we want to ensure we’re responsive to the needs of our cardholders as the situation evolves. Currently, we are experiencing longer than normal call wait times. We strongly encourage our cardholders to use our digital tools and other… Read more »

A Message to Our Clients

To meet our commitment to provide a safe and healthy work environment, we are actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and have taken measures consistent with CDC and DOH recommendations to help protect our employees while also continuing to serve our clients. These measures include remote system access and communication, restricting nonessential travel while remaining… Read more »

Coronavirus and Flu Prevention

As we learn more about the spread of coronavirus, we want to share what we’re doing as a company to protect our employees. Please open and review the coronavirus and flu prevention memo below to learn more about what steps you can take to reduce the transmission of communicable diseases in the workplace. Memo Coronavirus… Read more »

Help Us Make History!

Staffworks presents the Oneida County History Center Telethon on Wednesday, March 25 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on WUTR. Call 315-735-3642 during the Telethon to pledge your support by making a donation, becoming a member or renewing your membership. The History Center plays an important role in protecting and preserving the historical record and promoting… Read more »

Staffworks Support Leads to Record-Breaking SSHS Telethon

The Staffworks Fund contributed $27,344 to the 15th Annual Stevens-Swan Humane Society Telethon. That’s 24% of the total $113,000 raised and many animals helped. The Stevens-Swan Humane Society relies heavily on community donations to operate 365 days each year and to pay for daily care, food, shelter and veterinary costs. The goal for every shelter resident is… Read more »

Staffworks Announces New Health Care Division Manager, Lisa Augustine

In her new position, Augustine is responsible for the strategic direction of the Health Care Division and developing client relationships within the health care industry. She manages the daily activities of the service team which includes recruiting, hiring and placing health care professionals in direct hire and temporary positions. Augustine’s Staffworks career has spanned over… Read more »

Staffworks Presents SSHS Telethon on February 5

Staffworks is proud to be the presenting sponsor for the 15th Annual Stevens-Swan Humane Society Telethon! Be sure to tune in to WKTV and CBS Utica on Wednesday, February 5, to support at-risk animals in our community. You can also make donations online at https://stevens-swan.org/upcoming-events/telethon/#donate Taking care of animals that are surrendered, lost or unwanted… Read more »

Record-Shattering Save A Life Campaign

The 2019 Staffworks Fund Save A Life Campaign raised $1,844,350 from December 3 to December 31 shattering the previous record of $680,804 that was set in 2018. The Staffworks Fund Save A Life Campaign provided matching levels for community donations made to 29 Central New York animal welfare organizations in 13 counties. Since 2014, the… Read more »

Staffworks Fund Save A Life Campaign Starts December 3

The 2019 Staffworks Fund Save A Life Campaign will be matching donations from December 3 through December 31. This year, the Save A Life Campaign has 29 participating animal welfare organizations located in 13 counties. Campaign Match: FIRST $10,000 in donations = $10,000 match PLUS $1,000 for every additional $5,000 in donations PLUS $2,000 for… Read more »