Hunt for Seasonal Workers

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The Hunt For Seasonal Workers Crosses Borders 1

The Hunt For Seasonal Workers Crosses Borders
Jaiel A. Omari
Kaplan University
MT203: Human Resources Management
Instructor Denise Rodgers
September 11, 2012

The Hunt For Seasonal Workers Crosses Borders 2

The Hunt For Seasonal Workers Crosses Borders

This paper will talk about how work shortages have force companies to seek help outside America by tapping into the global market for employees via the Internet, and technology that has been made available to businesses in this country and worldwide, borders that have stood in the way are coming down and making it easier to fill the need in times of labor shortages. If companies can’t fill the positions with workers under H-2B visas they should consider retirees there is a market that is very large for retirees, and businesses are realizing that they make outstanding full- or part-time workers. As the baby boomer generation races toward retirement these potential workers are ready to fill positions because the H-2B program as reach the quota allotted by the government. Also because of concerns of the viability of Social Security and pensions not being enough retirees are the next was of workers to step in because of labor shortages in this country. Another thing the companies in this case could do is call more over-time to meet the rising demands of their work load the benefit to calling overtime is the employees are happy for the extra money and the companies don’t have to spend extra money for training and shipping in people from other places. The best thing about retired workers are that they provide many years of positive work and life experience, that they can apply to a lot of positions. In closing retirees enjoy flexible work that allows them to still have fun and feel useful while making extra cash. Seeing as the labor shortage problem has no real solution right now the only options companies have is to put out...
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