Helping The University of Pennsylvania Freshmen Student Move-In!

August 24th, 2015

Philly Temps was proud to help the Incoming Freshman move into their dorms for the third year in a row.
Is it work? It sure is!! But it is all about the people, and we couldn’t be prouder of the staff this year! They GOT IT DONE!

Our event staff proved once again, that when you come together as a team, anything can be accomplished. It is also worth mentioning that not everyone can pull off Neon Yellow with such style.

Thank you University of Pennsylvania class of 2020 for giving us the privilege of helping you start your journey and thank you to the hardest working team of event staff out there today!

Check out more pictures of our staff one our Facebook page!!

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                               Some of our Team Leaders

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Philly Temps’ Staff at the Marriott!

May 19th, 2015

Day 4 of our convention and event staff registering attendees, giving directions and answering questions!

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Philly Temps & Perm is a great team of staffing experts who value our relationships. Philly Temps & Perm takes the time to get to know your business, its culture, and the unique demands of your available positions. We provide staffing solutions for office support, customer service, catering and event staff.

Philly Temps’ Staff in Action

March 13th, 2015

For the week of March 9th, we had event staff throughout Philadelphia!

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Pre-conference materials distribution

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Directional Staff at the University of Pennsylvania

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Directional Staff at the University of Pennsylvania

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Directional Staff at the University of Pennsylvania

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Tina, our on-site Supervisor going over Leon’s tasks for the day.

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Walter and Reggie waiting for session Attendees

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Conference Registration at Houston Hall

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Conference Registration at Houston Hall

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Conference Registration at Houston Hall

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Trevor assisting at a booth at The Society of Mosaic Artists Show

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Erin working hard through tax season at our favorite Accountants office!

Day 3 of the AAHPM Convention

February 26th, 2015

Day 3 of our convention and event staff at the AAHPM Convention – The attendees are exceptionally nice and our client is a joy to work with.

 

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If you are an employer and are interested in hiring for a position such as a convention or hospitality event, please contact us online, or by calling us at (215) 995-2607. We specialize in delivering contingent and permanent staffing solutions in the a variety of industries, such as administrative, catering and event industries.

AAHPM Convention

February 25th, 2015

The AAHPM convention is in full swing at the Pennsylvania Convention Center and Philly Temps is there.

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Snow Day? Not in the Convention business!

February 17th, 2015

The snow won’t keep Philly Temps from the Convention Center!

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More Great News for Our City!

February 12th, 2015

Democrats have selected Philadelphia as the site of the party’s 2016 national convention, choosing a patriotic backdrop for the nomination of its next presidential candidate.

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The Democratic National Committee said Thursday the convention will be held the week of July 25, 2016. The two other finalists were Brooklyn, New York, and Columbus, Ohio.

“There is clearly no better city to have this special event than Philadelphia. The role of Philadelphia in shaping our nation’s history is unmatched,” said Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the DNC chair.

The site could serve as a passing of the baton from President Barack Obama to Hillary Rodham Clinton, the leading contender for the party’s nomination should she run for president, as is widely expected.

The event will come the week after Republicans hold their national convention in Cleveland. Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said the convention is expected to cost $84 million. “We’re confident that we can raise that,” he said.

Organizers plan to hold it at the Wells Fargo Center, the home of the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers and NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers, with events also at the city’s convention center.

The Wells Fargo Center is part of a sports complex that includes Citizen’s Bank Park, home of baseball’s Philadelphia Phillies, and Lincoln Financial Field, home of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles, giving Democrats the option of staging its final night in an open air venue. Obama delivered his acceptance speech in 2008 at Denver’s Invesco Field at Mile High.

For Democrats, the choice came down to whether to set the stage for the next nominee in a big city or in another closely contested state. Obama’s campaign used the convention cities of Denver in 2008 and Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2012 to aggressively register new voters and recruit volunteers in states crucial to his political map.

Democrats bypassed New York, which is expected to be the headquarters of Clinton’s campaign, and Columbus, the capital of one of the most contested states in recent presidential elections.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had promoted his home borough of Brooklyn as an ideal location for the convention and stressed the city’s large network of financial donors who would help underwrite the event.

Asked if recent tensions between de Blasio and members of the New York Police Department hurt the city’s cause, Wasserman Schultz said the decision was based solely on logistics, security and resources. “Extraneous issues were not a factor whatsoever,” she said.

Columbus said it would have offered a fitting location to respond to the Republican gathering in Cleveland, ahead of the fall campaign. The last Democrat to win the White House without carrying Ohio was John F. Kennedy in 1960, and no Republican ever has.

Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman said the city would try to land a political convention in 2020.

Philadelphia’s organizers pointed to the city’s heritage as the home of the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were adopted, along with its convenient East Coast location and compact, easy-to-navigate community.

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter said the city has a “proven track record of hosting big events safely and efficiently” and offered “tremendous amenities, its accessible location and historical significance.” The city held Democratic conventions in 1948 during Harry S. Truman’s presidency and in 1936, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt was nominated for the second time.

Philadelphia, which has 11,600 hotel rooms downtown, has been the home to a variety of large events and played host to the Republican convention in 2000. The Vatican chose Philadelphia as the site for the World Meeting of Families, which Pope Francis will attend in September.

Clinton also has ties to Pennsylvania. Her father was born in Scranton and she has allies in the state such as Rendell, an ex-chairman of the DNC and a former Philadelphia mayor. Democrats have carried Pennsylvania in every presidential election since 1992.

Hosting a nominating convention, however, is not a guarantee for carrying the state. For the 29 nominating conventions held since 1900, each party has carried the hosting state 15 times and lost it 14 times.

In more recent years, it is equally as mixed. In the 14 conventions since 1960, Democrats have split their host states, winning seven and losing seven. Republicans are roughly equal, winning six host states and losing eight.

Luck has been a bit better for Democrats since the 1992 convention in New York that nominated Bill Clinton for the first time. Democrats have carried host states five of the six times, while Republicans have lost five of the six host states. The last time Republicans carried their host state was 1992, when George H.W. Bush was nominated for his second term in Houston.

News – Open House Wednesday August 21st

August 20th, 2013

As we gear up for a very large scale project we are still looking for candidates to work this Thursday and Friday, August 22nd and 23rd. We will be hosting an open house tomorrow, Wednesday August 21st to staff for this project. We ask that all interested parties call our offices at (215) 731-1010 for more information before attending. We require a resume. Background checks will be performed. This is part-time, as-needed work, but once registered with Philly Temps you will be eligible for our convention and event positions. Our favorite way to identify high-caliber workers is through the recommendation of our temps we already know and trust. People who have excelled in customer service positions in the past are strongly encouraged to have their friends contact us and let us know that they are a referral. We are always seeking outgoing and enthusiastic team members with an excellent work ethic.
This job requires a willingness to work outdoors rain or shine. These positions do require physical labor as well as standing for long periods of time in addition to excellent customer service skills. This project pays the standard convention rate, but the uniform will be shorts and a tee-shirt. This project is public transportation accessible. If you are currently registered with Philly Temps, or you are interested in this assignment, call us. We look forward to working with you!

Project-based Opportunity for Philly Temps

July 30th, 2013

Occasionally we staff for large scale projects. In these instances, we like to try to get as many of our convention and event temps working as possible, provided they have done well on previous assignments. We also reach out to some of our Administrative temps to see if they may be interested in joining a temporary project. Anyone who is registered with Philly Temps is asked to call or email their availability. Occasionally we need to do recruiting bursts to add to our ranks. Our favorite way to identify high-caliber workers is through the recommendation of our temps we already know and trust. People who have excelled in customer service positions in the past are strongly encouraged to have their friends contact us and let us know that they are a referral. We are always seeking outgoing and enthusiastic team members with an excellent work ethic.

Philly Temps has a big two-day project coming up mid-August that requires a willingness to work outdoors rain or shine. These positions do require physical labor as well as standing for long periods of time in addition to excellent customer service skills. This project pays the standard convention rate, but the uniform will be shorts and a tee-shirt. This project is public transportation accessible. If you are currently registered with Philly Temps, or you are interested in this assignment, for more information email johndaly@phillytemps.com. We look forward to working with you!

NEWS – Philly Temps Internships

April 23rd, 2013

Philly Temps is currently looking for motivated students of the Hospitality, Event, Business, and Human Resources fields to apply to our internal paid internships.

Interns will have the opportunity to work closely with Philly Temps staff in creating and executing marketing programs, developing and maintaining client relationships, as well as screening and on boarding candidates.

This is a flexible paid internship, although a commitment of a minimum of 15 hours a week will be required. Compensation is competitive, and depending on need, internship may also apply for school credit. Applicants must currently be enrolled in relevant program and highly motivated to enter into the staffing or human resources field.

More information about each opportunity is available by reading the full postings on our job board.

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