Kavaliro Releases 2010-2011 Employment and Salary Handbook

Kavaliro, a top nationwide staffing firm released their first eBook since launching the new company earlier this year. The 2010-2011 Employment and Salary Handbook highlights recent trends & growth projections in employment.
By: Cristina Calvet-Harrold
Nov. 10, 2010 - PRLog -- Kavaliro, an Orlando based staffing firm with clients spanning 13 states, today released their first eBook since launching the new company earlier this year.  The 2010-2011 Employment and Salary Handbook highlights recent trends in employment, as well as projections for areas of new growth, current tips for employers, and more.  Kavaliro created this eBook, which is available for free download on their web site, with the goal of keeping their clients “informed and knowledgeable” in mind.

Highlights in trends include the slow-shifting change from an “employer’s market” to an “employee’s market”, noted by projections of positive employment growth in multiple industries through 2018.  The increased importance for information technology (IT) teams is also a notable trend – with over 63,000 new IT jobs created nationwide since January of 2010.  The economy is slowly on the rebound from the recession, and with that comes job growth in multiple industries, as noted in the handbook.  Contract hiring can help stabilize the job markets and provide better opportunities for both employers and potential employees.  Kavaliro’s new eBook includes suggestions for employers and employees alike with regards to staying up on recent employment trends, as well as tips on how to benefit from both current and projected market conditions.

Other topics covered by the 2010-2011 Employment and Salary Handbook include:
•   Tips for employers on how to keep their employees “happy and loyal”, keep turnover rates low, and avoid the underestimated costs of replacing even entry-level positions which, according to the handbook, can be as high as $3,500 to replace an employee that is paid just $8 per hour.
•   Kavaliro’s suggested hybrid hiring plan to maximize efficiency and minimize spending.
•   Job descriptions, salaries and required skills from a sampling of jobs in some of the top growing industries, including information technology.

Mark Moore, President of Kavaliro, notes in his opening letter; “We are confident that you will find this information very useful in determining your staffing strategies for the upcoming quarters”.  Also speaking to the company’s principles of empowerment, authenticity, agility and commitment, Moore states how the eBook is just one example of how Kavaliro looks to serve and support their clients in ways that are a cut above the rest.  Kavaliro is constantly implementing ways to keep their finger on the pulse of the job market and to streamline efficiency, exemplified not only by this eBook, but by other value-added functions.  These include the new on-site job search portal, which allows applicants to create accounts, upload resumes and apply for jobs nationwide straight from Kavaliro’s website, as well as embracing the use of social media to better communicate with their clients and community.  Kavaliro hopes that this most recent project, The 2010-2011 Employment and Salary Handbook, will serve as another valuable tool for their clients.

Source: Kavaliro Staffing Services
Contact: Cristina M. Calvet-Harrold, +1-407-832-4814 cristina@kavaliro.com
Web site: http://www.kavaliro.com

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About Kavaliro:
Orlando, Florida based staffing firm Kavaliro places personnel across the United States in the fields of information technology, engineering, finance, accounting and administration. By using best practices and optimal employee recruiting strategies, Kavaliro provides employers with integrated staffing solutions, providing only the most qualified professionals who can fill both project and permanent positions in order to ensure the ongoing success of all types of businesses. Kavaliro accomplishes much more for their clients by passing on the time and cost benefits of reduced back-office bureaucracy.

For more information please visit http://www.kavaliro.com.

Kavaliro also extends an invitation to join them socially, through their Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/kavaliro), LinkedIn and Twitter (@Kavaliro and @KavaliroJobs) communities.

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