How Does a Staffing Agency Help You Find Employment?

The job hunt is like a full-time job in and of itself. It takes a fair amount of work to find new work, and it is important to know who you have supporting your efforts. Working with a staffing agency is a clear win for many candidates because recruiters offer unique insight and support to… Read more »

Why a Boring Job Doesn’t Mean You Need a Boring Resume

Your resume is like your business card in the world of online job applications. Employers likely don’t know much about you as a candidate until you hand them one little piece of paper. And that one document is your chance to make an impression. You can make that impression in the information you provide, the… Read more »

Is Your Company Prepared for an Emergency?

Imagine if there were a natural disaster, or a high-level security breach. How would your business be impacted? Do you know what your emergency plan is? Many companies are operating on the assumption they’ll simply deal with situations as they occur. Or if they do have an emergency plan; it is unhelpful – or worse,… Read more »

You Got Laid Off. How Do You Bounce Back?

If you’ve been on the receiving end of a life-altering pink slip, don’t worry. It happens more often than you might think. Now is the time to focus on how to get back on your feet and think seriously about what you are looking for from your next job. Here are a few tips to… Read more »

The One Reason You Haven’t Gotten Hired

One of the hardest things about taking on a job search is simply never hearing back from the companies you apply to. Not knowing whether your job application materials are attracting attention or if your skills are not competitive with other applicants is a tough situation to be in. In the absence of feedback, there… Read more »

Does Your Cover Letter Include These Must-Have Features?

You should treat your cover letters like your very first introduction to an employer. They are your “toe-in-the-door” moment where you can either impress or lose your audience, your future employer. With that in mind, you need to make sure that your cover letter presents your qualifications and professionalism in the best possible light. Here… Read more »

How Is Your Company Preventing the Top OSHA Workplace Citations?

Every year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) shares their most cited workplace hazards. The list is a consolidation of more than 30,000 inspections performed by federal OSHA staff, and the big issues are frustratingly similar across all workplaces. More than 4,500 workers are killed on the job every year in the U.S., and… Read more »

4 Tips to Overcome Job Search Nerves

A job search can do a number on anybody’s nerves. It’s hard work doing research, filling out applications, hunting down prospects, interviewing, and networking – only to receive several rejections before landing your next gig. Frankly, it’s a nerve-wracking experience. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are four tips to make the process easier… Read more »

Loose or Focused? What Is the Right Attitude for Your Job Interview?

A job interview is your one big chance to show an employer just how fit your resume is for their hiring needs. Whether it’s your stellar work history or your exemplary cover letter that caught their attention, clearly they want to learn more about who you are and what you can do for them in… Read more »

Congratulations to Our All-Star Employees Celebrating Service Anniversaries!

All-Star Personnel wants to recognize and congratulate the following employees for their dedication and many years of service with All-Star Personnel.  We thank you for all of your hard work, and here’s to many more! 5-9 Years Annette Loya (5) June 6, 2011 Laura Espinel (5) June 6, 2011 Wendy Sumners (9) August 8, 2007… Read more »