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We are hiring!

November 29th, 2013

In Madisonville, Hopkins County, People Plus is seeking an Electrician. To apply for this position, click here.

In Lexington, Fayette County, People Plus is recruiting for Dietary Aides and a Jewelry Store Associate. To apply for positions in Lexington,  click here to apply for the Dietary Aide opening and  click here for Jewelry Store Associate.

In Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, we are accepting applications for a Journeyman Plumber and Certified Medical Coders. To apply for positions in Louisville, click here for the Plumber opening and here for the Certified Medical Coder opening.

Friday Reflection – Thanksgiving

November 29th, 2013

“Gratitude can transform common days into Thanksgiving, turn routine jobs  into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.” — William  Arthur Ward

From our People Plus Family to yours, may your holiday season begin and end with a grateful heart.

We are thankful for each our employees. For the dedication you deliver to our clients, we say “THANK YOU!”

To all of our clients, we also extend our tremendous appreciation for your trust in us to provide staffing solutions to you throughout the year. We are honored by your trust and truly thankful for each of you.

 

To learn more about staffing solutions with People Plus:

Employers and Job Seekers – Click Here to request more information

Click Here to request an employee

 

 

Now Hiring in Louisville!!

November 26th, 2013

People Plus is currently recruiting for the following titles in Louisville, Kentucky:

Service Plumber – Apply Now

Certified Medical Coders  – Apply Now

Furniture Installers – Apply Now

If you are qualified and interested in applying for these positions, click on the Apply Now beside the position above.

People Plus advocates to protect Employers and Employees!

November 22nd, 2013
Pictured here: Amanda Huddleston, Vice President,  and Angie Dye, Organizational Development Manager

Pictured here: Amanda Huddleston, Vice President, and Angie Dye, Organizational Development Manager

At People Plus, we take our motto seriously: “Every Person Counts.” Yesterday, we exercised our rights as American Citizens to let our Kentucky Representatives know what is important to our clients and our employees.

In conjunction with the 2013 Society of Human Resource Management Leadership Conference, Amanda Huddleston, People Plus Vice-President, and Angie Dye, People Plus Organizational Development Manager, attended meetings on Capitol Hill with representatives from Kentucky. These ladies were joined by other HR Leaders across the state. These meetings included Senator Mitch McConnell, Senator Rand Paul, and Representative Andy Barr. Sen. Paul and Rep. Barr were able to meet personally with our team. Sen. McConnell was unable to leave the  Senate floor, but his staff listened carefully to our concerns.

In our discussions, we addressed key topics including comp time, immigration reform, and protecting the tax deferred status on retirement plans. We shared stories from our employees and clients to ensure our government leaders have a clear picture of issues that are important to you.

At People Plus, we truly believe Every Person Counts.

Click here to request more information about partnering with People Plus for your Staffing needs.

 

Electrician opening in Madisonville, KY!

November 22nd, 2013

Well established local electric company seeking a Licensed Electrician or Journeyman Electrician for an amazing temp-to-hire opportunity!

Employee will be performing residential, commercial and industrial electrical work. Some duties will include:  running conduit, repairing light fixtures, installing light fixtures, etc.

Must have a high school diploma or GED and be a Licensed Electrician or Journeyman Electrician to apply. If you are interested in this position, please contact People Plus directly at (270)825-8939 or apply online.

 

Calvert City Crew Provide Tornado Relief

November 19th, 2013
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Calvert City Staff having fun at Halloween

While the Calvert City crew knows how to have a lot of fun on the job, they also have very big hearts! Upon learning of the recent tornados in Illinois, they graciously began taking up donations of clothing, water and cleaning supplies. What makes us love them so much is the next gesture. They won a $60 Visa gift card in our Halloween Costume Contest. Rather than enjoy the spoils together, they graciously donated their gift card to a young couple who lost their home in this weekend’s tornados in Brookport.

John Mark Jackson said, “There but for the grace of God, it could be any one of us. I was grateful this morning to throw back the covers of a warm bed, to stand in a hot shower, to pull clean clothes out of a closet, to pack leftovers for lunch, and to close and lock the front door behind me. These are simple things that most people in Brookport aren’t able to do this morning.”

 

 

 

Would you like to join the People Plus team?

November 18th, 2013

People Plus has an immediate need for a Payroll Specialist with a minimum of 3 years of related experience in payroll/accounting. If you are seeking to join a dynamic, growing organization, this may be the opportunity for you!

People Plus, Inc. is a certified Women Business Enterprise, WBE, and is ranked the 9th Best Places to Work in Kentucky in the small business category. We have been serving the staffing needs of Kentucky for 25 years.

The Payroll Specialist position will successfully manage all payroll and billing financial function of the organization. The ideal candidate will have experience in the following areas:

  • weekly payroll
  • tax credit reporting
  • employee benefit management
  • electronic time processing
  • meeting strict deadlines
  • proficiency with MS Word/EXCEL and QuickBooks, required

If  you are interested in consideration for this position, please forward your resume and cover letter to recruiter@peopleplusinc.com. NO CALLS, please!

Friday Reflection

November 15th, 2013

In times of great stress or adversity, it’s always best to keep busy, to plow your anger and your energy into something positive.

~ Lee Iacocca

Reflecting on Veteran’s Day

November 11th, 2013

 

“How fortunate it was for the world that when these great trials came upon it there was a generation that terror could not conquer and brutal violence could not enslave.”   ―     Winston Churchill

 

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On this day, People Plus would like to thank our Veterans for bolding volunteering to protect and defend this great nation. As we reflect on the sacrifices made, take time today to thank the vets you know and give thanks for the thousands you have never met.

The following poem, written by a United States Marine, provides beautiful insight into the sacrifice of military life.

Freedom
by Ian Thompson, USMC

“I wish that you were here”
My wife whispers on the phone
Too many times
She has realized
That freedom is not free

“No go away, Daddy”
My little girl says
She’s barely two
But already knows
That freedom is not free

I have a little boy
Born three months ago
When I return
He’ll be near one
Since freedom is not free

My parents often worry
When I am away
They mourn for me
And what I miss
Since freedom is not free

There are children in this world
Rich and poor alike
Whose parents do
Not understand
That freedom is not free

There are men who face evil
For the sake of all
By their stand
We realize
That freedom is not free

There is a God Almighty
Nailed upon a cross
He paid the price
That we might live
For freedom is not free

Many days I am away
From those I love most
Yet I thank God
And carry on
For freedom is not free.

 

Friday Reflection

November 8th, 2013

change

Change is inevitable. It is going to happen. We don’t always like it, but it is a fact of life. Social Media changes the way we connect and communicate with the world around us. We text, email, Skype, teleconference. We answer calls only to find an automated message communicating important information to us or selling us something.

How will you keep up with all the changes in communication, in work, in technology, in our society? Even the kind of jobs available today look nothing like the types of jobs from 25 years ago. Heck, 10 years ago we didn’t even have such a thing as “texting and driving.”

One of the most critical skills you can market to a hiring manager is adaptability. People lose jobs because they were unable to adapt to the changes in their workplace. They couldn’t adapt to a new manager, new software systems, or new processes. Because these workplace changes will always be a constant reality, learning how to adapt to change is critical for success as an employee or a job seeker in the marketplace.

Your best chance of success in your career will always be closely tied to your ability to adapt to changes.

“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.”
― Leo Tolstoy

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