What Feedback Does the Staffing Agency Want After Your Assignment?

Feedback is a gift. And there’s no better place for feedback about a company than after you complete an assignment as a contractor. Don’t phone in this important part of the process. It only takes a couple minutes of your time to fill out the survey, but it can do a world of good to… Read more »

Leave the Suit and Tie at Home – What to Wear to Your Next Interview

The days of showing up for an interview uncomfortable and nervous are far behind us. Here’s a peek at what you should be wearing to your interview: confidence! You want to look professional, of course, but above all else, you want to look confident. You want to present yourself as an individual, confident in your… Read more »

4 Jobs in 18 Months – Does That Raise a Red Flag to the Company?

Multiple jobs in a short period of time can look bad to hiring managers, particularly if they are unexplained. But just because you may have bounced around in recent years, that doesn’t mean you should give up. The key to addressing this issue so it doesn’t raise red flags is to be upfront and explain… Read more »

Which Fonts Lead to Your Resume Getting Thrown Out?

One of the most challenging aspects of a job search is the need to condense your career into a two-page summary. So much depends on your resume that it needs to be picture perfect to even get to the interview stage. That means that you need to be your own worst critic and really evaluate… Read more »

Should You Quit Your Job?

It’s hard to know when to quit, particularly when it comes to your own job. In an ideal world, employees would stay with their employers for the length of their careers. However, in today’s modern work environment this is much rarer. The face is that sometimes, it becomes evident that it’s time to move on…. Read more »

What Does a Staffing Agency Require in a Job Application?

Every job application is a little bit different. But when it comes to applying with a staffing agency, there are a few things you can expect from the process. First of all, you’ll need to have your work history or resume handy. It’s important to know what sort of jobs you are looking to find… Read more »

How Is Google for Jobs Changing Your Job Search?

The job search has changed in the digital age. It’s not enough to go to an office with resume in hand. You need to know where the jobs are, who’s hiring, how they’re accepting applications, and what you can do to make sure yours gets the attention it deserves. All that starts with knowing who’s… Read more »

How Can You Network at Your Current Job?

Networking is all about meeting new people and making connections within a business or social setting. When you are employed, that can be challenging as you’re a little restricted in networking opportunities. While you might not be interested in looking for new opportunities, it’s important to keep making connections with coworkers, with managers and with… Read more »

Why You Should Ask for Feedback

You can see where you are, shows a manager you care, helps you improve yourself, can lead to better opportunities Learning how to give and take feedback is a crucial career skill. Feedback, both good and bad, is how we learn to improve and grow in our skills. While it can often be difficult to… Read more »

How to Make Sure You’re Safe on the Job

According to recent OSHA reports, more than 4,500 workers are killed on the job every year in the U.S., and about 3 million are injured. Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility. To make sure you are safe on the job, you need to stay up to date with all safety laws, follow all safety procedures, call… Read more »