Last year was a great one for job candidates! There is so much going on in the staffing industry that we can’t wait to share our best tips for job seekers looking to build their career in exciting and meaningful ways. Last year we shared some really valuable advice that continues to hold true. Here’s a quick look back at our best and most effective job search tips to help you hit the ground running in 2019.
Temporary work is not what it used to be. It’s more than just a short-term gig. A temporary position is an excellent chance to prove yourself, to build relationships with everyone at your assignment, to gain new skills and to learn about a company. Contracts are often now extended based on project length, business need, and proof of a skilled and committed worker. Companies are constantly struggling to find skilled employees who know the business and who are eager to make a difference. Once they see a temp worker’s potential, it’s possible to convert a temporary position into a long-term contract. This blog provides a few tips to help get your foot in the door, then prove your value as a long-term employee.
OSHA has made some changes that will impact how work gets done. Now that certain employers need to electronically submit injury and illness data that is already recorded, job candidates who understand the new requirements will have an instant value add to their new company. The change is meant to improve safety for workers in the U.S. and to better understand behavior and motivation around injury reporting. The new rule, which originally came into play last January, requires certain employers to electronically submit injury and illness data that they are already required to record on their onsite OSHA Injury and Illness forms. This data is used to enable OSHA to use its enforcement and compliance assistance resources quickly and efficiently. Some of this data is posted to the OSHA website, as OSHA believes that public disclosure will encourage employers to improve workplace safety and do their best to reduce incidents. To make sure your employer understands how you can make a difference for them in 2019, see how your potential role can benefit from more in-depth OSHA knowledge by reading the full blog.
Hiring boomerang employees can be surprisingly good for employers, but it’s also sometime a good idea for candidates as well. Whether you left for a better offer, a different role, or just needed a change, most people leave their job at some point. Rotating back in when the time is right isn’t necessarily a bad thing. If you are looking for a change in your career, this blog covers just a few of the reasons why you should consider a new role with an old employer.
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