Nashville Continues to Show Great Economic Growth

Are you considering relocation for work? Have you hit a wall in your job search and are wondering if another location might yield better results based on your skills and experience? Consider Nashville as a potential option. The city has been experiencing a substantive trend of positive economic growth, which means the job market is… Read more »

Treat Workplace Bullying Seriously to Earn Respect

When recruiting in a competitive job market, employers need to put serious thought into how they present themselves as a company. Corporate culture and quality of work product are both very important in building a good reputation among candidates, but there is a very real issue in the workplace that many companies simply have not… Read more »

Control What Appears When Your Name Is Searched Online

Hiring managers are relying more and more on social networks and online information to get a better idea of who you are as a person and as a professional, so you better know what search results are coming up when your name is searched online. While you can’t control everything that is said about you… Read more »

Have You Asked Your Current Employees for Referrals?

The best referrals for potential job candidates can come right from your current employees. Just think, your staff intimately know what type of person will succeed within your unique corporate environment, as well as the skills and qualifications necessary to get the job done. They also are likely to have positive relationships with other professionals… Read more »

4 Networking Tips for Introverted Personalities

Your professional network is likely the single most powerful tool you have in your job search. Given that connecting with other professionals is very important for career development, it can seem particularly daunting to jump in and focus on building your network. Introverted personalities in particular can have difficulty with networking, whether because of disinterest,… Read more »

What to Do During an OSHA Inspection

Few things incite as much concern or stress as an OSHA inspection, but in order to remain a recognized and respected leader in your company’s industry, passing an inspection with limited, or ideally no, citations is obviously the best strategy. Oddly enough, at All-Star Personnel we have seen many employers who don’t know what to… Read more »

Make Your Cover Letter Stand Out

Cover letters are your first real chance to engage prospective employers. There’s a reason that most employers request one in addition to an applicant’s resume. It’s because – when compared to a resume or CV – a cover letter helps answer the question that is at the forefront of a hiring manager’s mind: “Why do… Read more »