How to Interview For a Job That Needs Experience, Without Any Experience

During an interview, hiring managers usually ask about your past work experience. This helps them determine your fit for the role. But what if you’re looking for a first job or switching careers and your experience is limited or nonexistent? Don’t sweat it. Here’s how to interview for a job that needs experience, without any… Read More »

Do You Know the Top 5 Safety Best Practices?

If you work in a warehouse or a factory, you want to keep yourself and your co-workers safe. So, what rules should you follow? Start by familiarizing yourself with these top 5 safety best practices. The Top 5 Safety Best Practices in the Workplace Fix or Report Unsafe Conditions The best way to make your… Read More »

Can I Cut My Recruiting Costs Without Sacrificing Quality?

After the COVID-19 crisis, many businesses are searching for ways to save money in 2021. So, you may be wondering, “Can I cut my recruiting costs without sacrificing quality?” Although it’s possible, proceed with caution. The RIGHT strategy is key. Cost Effective Recruitment Strategies Clarify Job Descriptions When you post a job opening, do you… Read More »

Questions You Should Be Prepared For in a Warehouse Interview

You applied for a warehouse job and received a call for an interview. That’s great news! So, what will the hiring manager ask? Here are five questions you should be prepared for in a warehouse interview. Common Warehouse Interview Questions Tell Me About Yourself. This is a standard way to open interviews across industries, but… Read More »

Should I Make a Mid-Life Career Switch?

You’re in your 30s or 40s, and you don’t like your job. You’re wondering, “Should I make a mid-life career switch?” Use these five questions to help you decide. Do You Know What You Would Like to Pursue? When you’re unhappy at work, it’s easy to have an “anywhere but here” attitude. However, as Julie… Read More »

Is It Going to Be Hard to Get a Job in 2021?

Unemployment rates skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re looking for your first job or a new job, you may be worried. So, what the real story? Is it going to be hard to get a job in 2021? Industries Where It Will Be Hard to Get a Job Between restrictions, lockdowns and fear, COVID-19… Read More »

Top OSHA Policies You Must Be Compliant With

You want to keep your workers safe, and you want to follow the rules. So, what are the top OSHA policies you must be compliant with? Here are six of the most common violations inspectors find in factories and warehouses. Hazard Communication Employees have the right to know and understand the dangers of chemicals used… Read More »

How to Prevent Knee Pain When You Work in a Warehouse

Warehouse jobs are tough on your body. And at the end of a long day (or a long week), your knees may be killing you. So, what can you do? Here’s how to prevent knee pain when you work in a warehouse. Tips for Preventing Knee Pain When You Work in a Warehouse Eat a… Read More »

How Much Should You Brag During an Interview?

You’re trying to land a job. You DO want to highlight your top qualities, but you DON’T want to seem overconfident. So, where’s the line? How much should you brag during an interview? Of course, there’s an art to job-interview bragging. (Think of it as selling if you prefer.) Here’s how to look like a… Read More »

Why a Contract Position Is Perfect For You

In 2018, one of five jobs in the U.S. was held by a worker under contract. And estimates predict contractors and freelancers could make up half the American workforce within the next decade. (NPR, 2018) So, could a contract position be perfect for you? Here’s why the answer may be “Yes!” You Need to Build… Read More »