Do You Want to Go Back to Your Old Company?

Feeling a little nostalgic about an old job? Particularly when you are looking for new opportunities, you may find yourself looking back on old companies with a higher level of appreciation than you might expect. But don’t discount your past employers, because they actually are a great source of leads in your job search. If… Read more »

Is Your Next Job on Social Media?

Social media has increasingly become a powerful tool for employers to communicate with and recruit industry-leading talent. As a job candidate, you should be using social media to your advantage. If you’re not quite sure where to start incorporating this new medium into your job search, All-Star Personnel will discuss a number of ways you… Read more »

We Can Help You Win at Pokemon GO

All-Star Personnel wants to help you win at the Pokemon GO craze sweeping the country. Here’s what you need to do: Come into one of the All-Star Personnel branches (locations are here) Fill out an application Wait for our email/phone call that notifies you of winning a Google Play or iTunes gift card. (one available… Read more »

Be True to Yourself to Help Your Career

Authenticity is a bit of a buzzword in today’s job market, but there’s a good reason for that. Hiring managers are looking for candidates who are able to live up to their resume and who are able to communicate with employers in an honest and transparent manner. There are a number of ways applicants can… Read more »

Avoid Doing This in Your Cover Letter

You should know that your cover letter is the very first chance you have to make a good impression with an employer. Given that, every candidate should have a finely crafted and tailored cover letter at the ready when they submit their applications. But a well written cover letter that makes a positive impact on… Read more »

Sell Yourself in 30 Seconds with 4 Tips

Whether you are drafting up a new resume, preparing for a big interview, or chatting with professionals at a networking event, the ability to sell yourself is extremely helpful in your career development. While this skill might not come naturally for some candidates, it is certainly something that can be improved on and even learned…. Read more »

Why Being Too Serious Can Hurt You in a Job Interview

Interviews are often a stressful situation for candidates. The tension associated with putting yourself on the line to show prospective employers that you are able to provide great value to them if hired can take the humor out a situation entirely. While you want to present yourself as highly professional, losing your sense of humor… Read more »

Improve Office Safety by Getting More Sleep at Night

Safety in the workplace is always top of mind for employers. The benefits of a strong workplace culture of safety consciousness helps to keep productivity high, employee turnover low, and workers’ comp claims and insurance rates manageable. Workplace safety must be a priority for management as well as for staff if it is to have… Read more »

Clean Up Your Office Image Today

When it comes to how we present ourselves, image really is everything. If you are able to earn the respect of your colleagues and maintain a positive reputation in the workplace, you are safeguarding your career in the long and short term. If you notice you aren’t getting quite the respect you think you deserve… Read more »

What Should Your Answers Be in a Job Interview After Being Laid Off?

Interviewers want to know everything about what makes you a great candidate to work for their company. Part of their strategy is to learn why you are looking for new opportunities. Whether you quit, were fired, or even laid off is all part of their getting to know you better. It is important to prepare… Read more »