CHARLOTTE, N.C., Nov. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The holidays are upon us, and companies are staffing up for the fourth quarter rush. The experts at MyWorkChoice, the leading flexible staffing and workforce management company, want workers to know that the benefits of seasonal work are available all year long.
“Holiday jobs are great for earning extra cash with true flexibility to choose your own schedule and work as much or as little as you want,” says Tana Greene
Here are three benefits to Fa, la, la your way into turning seasonal employment into full- or part-time flexibility with MyWorkChoice during the holidays and beyond.
1. Work Around Your Schedule: A flexible job allows you to have the work/life balance that everyone wants. If something comes up and you’re not able to make it, you can drop the shift in the MyWorkChoice app, no questions asked.
2. Get to Work Quick with No Experience: Warehouse jobs are hiring immediately, with training available on-site and with no experience needed. Apply for the job you want, complete your registration information, and pick your first shift. Workers are on the job as fast as 48 hours.
3. Get Paid Weekly: Once you start working flexible shifts, you’ll get paid every Friday. Cha-ching! This means the cash you earned will be in your pocket quicker than it would take for you to get hired at most traditional jobs. (Read more about that here).
MyWorkChoice is focused on helping forward-thinking companies build the workforce of the future. Through a flexible scheduling platform and proprietary app, and community of W-2 employees, we bridge the gap between hourly workers who seek flexibility and employers who demand a dependable workforce. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit myworkchoice.com.
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