The IT staffing industry is feeling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, with many clients needing their consultants to work from home and everyone concerned about staying healthy. Client industries are feeling the impact, with some faring better than others.
The full effects of Covid-19 are hitting now, in March, which traditionally tends to be one of the busier months for IT staffing, said Harley Lippman, CEO at Genesis10, in an article in Staffing Industry Review magazine. Some openings that were supposed to start in March have been pushed back into April for now, he said.
At Genesis10, our company is working remote with safety of our employees, contractors and clients at the forefront of our minds.
Read the article to learn more about what Harley discussed with Staffing Industry Review on how Genesis10 is moving forward without skipping a beat.
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