8 Obvious Safety Reminders Everyone Needs

Everyone wants to keep their workplace safe. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s easy to let things slide. You may think, “I’m in a hurry. I’ll just skip this step,” or “Is it really that big of a deal?” However, preventing accidents is always important. Here are eight obvious, but good to remember, tips to help keep you… Read More »

6 Ways to Make Your Job Posting Stand Out More!

Is your company searching for talented candidates but struggling to bring in qualified applicants? To attract top employees, you must first capture their attention. This process begins with interesting, informative and eye-catching job postings. How can your organization create top-level listings? Here are six strategies to stand out from the crowd. 1. Start With a… Read More »

How to Pick the Best Job for You

Are you a first-time job hunter deciding where to apply? Are you unhappy in your current position and thinking about looking elsewhere? Or, are you fortunate enough to have multiple offers on the table, but you’re not sure which to choose? In any of these cases, you need to know how to pick the best… Read More »

3 Ways to Become a Known Leader on Your Team

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When we think about leaders, we often picture the CEO of a large and powerful corporation. However, organizations require leadership at all levels. You don’t have to have a fancy title and a corner office to be a leader. Are you looking to take on a greater leadership role at your company? Use these three… Read More »

Do I Have a Bad Manager or a Bad Job?

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Your job is making you unhappy and you wonder what is going wrong. Is your manager the trouble? Or, is it the job itself? Take our short quiz to help you identify the problem. ____ Does your manager either micromanage or fail to provide you with clear expectations? ____ Does your manager continually criticize your… Read More »

7 Simple Ways To Show Employees You Care

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You have great employees and you want them to know you recognize their efforts. Here’s how you can display your gratitude throughout the year. 1. Pay Attention to Work Environment If you went to your job every day and faced dirty bathrooms, a run-down breakroom and a broken microwave, would you feel valued? Probably not.… Read More »

When Is the Right Time to Job Search?

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Your current job is not quite right, and you are thinking about looking for a new position. When is the best time to search for work? Are certain months, days or even times better than others? The answer is yes. And, being aware of basic trends may give you an advantage. Here’s a quick overview.… Read More »

Simple Ways to Reconnect with Your Professional References

You know you should keep in touch with your professional references, but sometimes life gets busy. Maybe reconnecting is one of your New Year’s resolutions? Or, maybe you need a reference ASAP? Here’s how to handle both situations. To Reconnect Casually Send an Email, Text or Make a Phone Call Begin the conversation with, “It’s… Read More »

4 Ways to Get Your Resume in a Hiring Manager’s Hands

You thought your resume was good, maybe even great. Unfortunately, you’ve received little to no response. What is wrong? Here are four tips to help you get your application to the hiring manager’s desk. 1. Remember the ATS You may not know what an ATS is, but chances are your resume went through one. An… Read More »

What’s Next for Staffing Agencies?

Modern-day staffing dates to the 1940s. With soldiers leaving to serve in World War II, businesses scrambled to fill open positions. The first employment agencies sprung up to recruit housewives on the home front. Eighty years later, around 20,000 staffing and recruiting firms operate around 39,000 offices in the U.S. according to the American Staffing… Read More »