Every job seeker should take steps to properly prepare for a job interview. From brushing up on possible interview questions to researching the company, there are many ways to boost your confidence and impress at the interview. However, over-preparing for your interview can cause nearly the same amount of damage and not preparing at all.… Read More »
Tag: Industrial Staffing Agency
Why College Graduates Should Consider Using a Staffing Agency When Starting Their Job Search
Somehow there are quite a few misconceptions about working with a staffing agency to find a job. Some people think that a staffing agency only helps with entry-level or temp jobs, while other people have the idea that jobs through a staffing agency don’t provide benefits. Both of these examples are false. For college graduates,… Read More »
How to Make Your Job Descriptions Sound More Appealing to Get Noticed
Writing a job description may seem like a standard duty for anyone in human resources, but it’s actually a very important task. The job description is responsible for attracting candidates for your open positions. And only an appealing and eye-catching posting will draw in star talent. A Job Description Must Include These Sections Be sure… Read More »
Will Using a Staffing Agency to Find a Job Cost Money?
Job hunting can cost money, from gas to drive to interviews to new shoes. But does using a staffing agency to find a job cost money? You might assume that it does. After all, many staffing agencies have fancy logos advertising their name and formal-looking offices. But in fact, it’s the opposite. Using a staffing agency never costs the job… Read More »
3 Tips to Get Your Resume in HR’s Hands
Your resume is a key document in obtaining a job. It has to show what you have done and what value you offer to the company. But it can’t do that if it doesn’t end up in the hands of the Human Resources (HR) Department! HR is crucial during the hiring process. They screen and review… Read More »
Can Managers Be Friends With Employees?
Whether you’re new to management or a seasoned hand, the issue of whether or not to be friends with your employees is a common one. Can you be friends? Can you hang after work? What is the norm around relationships that are both manager-subordinate and friendships? First, let’s clarify what “friends” means. There’s a difference between friendly and friend. It’s important to… Read More »
What Is Your Priority as a Manager?
It’s very easy to become overly busy as a manager. In fact, many would say it comes with the territory! But you also must show and demonstrate the ability to prioritize and manage. So how can you do those things instead of being overwhelmed with work from every direction? Here’s how. Prioritize by looking at… Read More »
What to Do When Your New Job Isn’t What You Thought It Would Be
Getting a new job is exciting! You look forward to a new paycheck, new responsibilities, and new coworkers. But what if the new job isn’t what you thought it would be? How can you tell if you’re just overwhelmed by a new job? How long should you stay if it really isn’t what you thought? Your approach depends on what “isn’t… Read More »
How Online Reviews Can Impact Your Hiring
Online reviews exist for everything under the sun: products, services, and yes, companies. As a result, job candidates have ample opportunity to access online reviews of your company’s products, services, and hiring practices if they wish. The Effect of Online Reviews Does this have any impact on your hiring? It may, for several reasons.… Read More »
How to Talk to Your Boss About Safety Concerns
Safety is highly important in workplaces. Without appropriate safety standards and protocols, workers can be injured. Safety is just as important to companies as it is to workers, as we all want safe workplaces. Nonetheless, sometimes it can be difficult to bring up safety concerns. Your boss may seem busy or distracted. How should employees begin a conversation… Read More »