There is no typical day in the life of staffing management. I spearheaded a $3 Million (day labor) account. This was a 24 hour 5+ days a week service. My budget called for a manager and leads on each shift, and an admin on day shift. Months prior to my resignation, I was the only manager without an admin. I would arrive at work between the hours of 6am - 8am(depending on the workload of the previous day) and leave between the hours of 3pm - 5pm(depending on the workload for the next day). I would log in at 9:50pm and call my night lead to ensure that all of our numbers have been met. If not, the I would calls employees to see why they were not at work on time, or try to call in available employees to take there place. I was always on call 24 hours a day. It was similar to the life of a firefighter. No matter the nature of the call/situation, you had to always be available and ready to put out a fire no matter how big or how small. The staffing range of employees on any given day could range from 0 employees - 150 employees overnight. Imagine, if the client had any issue with any of my employees ( production, attitude, attendance, dress code, etc.) I would receive a phone call no matter the time or day. The vision that the company has is a great vision for a standard on-site operation. This company is not equipped to handle a day by day operation.