Indianapolis — LGC, a national staffing company with offices in over 40 cities, has expanded its national footprint, adding staffing services in Boise, Idaho; Baton Rouge, La.; Las Vegas; Albuquerque, N.M.; Virginia Beach, Va.; and Salt Lake City. LGC also has expanded client services in Alabama, Nebraska, Mississippi and Montana.
LGC contracts with businesses in hospitality, healthcare, warehousing, retail and entertainment sectors to provide employment for temporary gig workers, temp-to-permanent jobs and permanent professional positions. The company, founded in 2003, has 46 offices in 32 states with 120 staff members. The recent growth reflects the national employment trends.
According to the July jobs report, more Americans are working part-time and temporary jobs:
- The number of such workers, called “involuntary part-time workers,” increased by a seasonally adjusted 303,000 in July, to 3.9 million. That follows a sharp decrease of 707,000 in June.
- Leisure and hospitality led the way in job gains with 96,000, though the industry is still 1.2 million workers shy of its pre-pandemic level.
“Our LGC team has been very strategic during the 2020 pandemic. We began serving clients in new and creative ways that included providing warehouse and logistics gig workers along with hospital and healthcare support. Our focus on clients in these new sectors led to referrals supporting our geographic growth and footprint expansion strategy, while catering to Americans who clearly are choosing part-time, flexible employment,” says George Lessmeister, LGC CEO.
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SOURCE: LGC Associates