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UNIFORCE Employee Recognition: Ana Olivas

Posted on Aug 25, 2023

Employee Background:  The Information Technology division of UNIFORCE Staffing Solutions is pleased to announce Ana Olivas as our latest Employee Recognition Program Honorable Mention.  Ana came to UNIFORCE in January of 2023 and has worked with glowing reviews since that time.  Previously, Ana worked as a Customer Experience Manager for a large established online automobile ecommerce company.  She also spent time as a Client Enrollment Manager for a major online mental health medical provider.  Ana has brought her relevant experience in the areas of strategic planning, ecommerce, customer relationship management, and team building.

Success Story:  Ana is currently working on a long-term assignment in Houston, Texas as a Data Analyst  for a large international consumer electronics company.  In her role, she is responsible for aiding in the successful transition to a new CRM (customer relationship management) system.   Our client clearly values Ana as an essential member as she consistently provides her knowledge and experience with Salesforce CRM and contact management.  Ana has the ability to work with legacy and web based CRM systems while maintaining a high volume of data integrity.  She also works within a large team to meet project deadlines.  The UNIFORCE team appreciates a positive and long standing professional relationship with Ana , and we wish her many more years of success in her career!!

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New Jersey’s Temporary Workers’ Bill of Rights Takes Effect

Posted on Aug 14, 2023

A law signed earlier this year to protect temporary workers in New Jersey has fully taken effect on August 5th, 2023.

The legislation, known as the Temporary Workers’ Bill of Rights, expands the rights and protections to only very specific labor categories of temporary workers – allowing for greater oversight of temporary help service firms and third-party clients by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development  and the Division of Consumer Affairs. It was enacted by Gov. Phil Murphy in February.

Some examples of those labor categories include:

  • Food preparation
  • Construction
  • Protective Services / Security

Some provisions of this law were effective May 7, 2023, while other provisions including record keeping and transportation were effective on August 5, 2023. The notice of rule proposal has been published on the NJ Department of Labor & Workforce Development.