January 31, 2019 - TERRA Staffing Group, a top staffing and recruiting firm headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, named its Mesa office "Branch of the Year” for 2018. The award, based on achieving sales, quality, profitability, and service delivery targets,…
Everett, WA – January 25, 2017 TERRA Staffing Group, an award-winning staffing and recruiting firm headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, named its Kirkland office "Branch of the Year” for 2016. The award, based on achieving sales, quality, profitability, and service…
Everett, WA – January 27, 2016 – TERRA Staffing Group, an award-winning staffing and recruiting firm headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, named its Everett Branch Office both "Branch of the Quarter" for fourth quarter and "Branch of the Year" for 2015. The awards, based…
Congratulations to TERRA’s Seattle Office for being named “Branch of the Year” for 2014. The award, based on achieving sales, quality, profitability, and service delivery targets, was given at an all-company meeting held last week. Branch Manager, Nichole Cunningham, was…
TERRA Staffing Group recognized their Everett, WA branch with the company’s top honor of “Branch of the Year” for 2013. The award is based on a combination of factors, including quality, sales and profitability. 2013 was a strong year for the…
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My Career Longevity and Skill Set Helped TERRA Land Me a Great Job
People say when one door closes, another one opens. And that’s exactly what happened for Mark Spooner. He was placed at a production job through TERRA Staffing Group back in 2015. For almost three years, he built and tested chairs and equipment for medical and dental offices. In his time there, his hard work led … Continue Reading →
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Navigating the Murky Waters of Mental Health Accommodation
This Activity has been PREAPPROVED for SHRM Re-Certification Credits
Jodi Slavik Vigilant
When: May 17, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Gun violence, suicide, and bomb threats, while stark in nature, often start with subtle, erratic behavior that is difficult to understand and even more difficult to address. These challenges are amplified at work, where employers have a duty to protect employees, but to also avoid discrimination. This leaves HR in murky waters, determining whether employee behavior is a disability flag, and how to respond when the disability is hidden, nebulous, or unbelievable.
This presentation will jump feet-first into the grey area of mental health accommodation, using real case-studies to address the nuances of notice, interaction, and effective resolution.