How to Address Your Unemployment Time in Your Next Interview?

Are you worried about any gaps in your resume? The impression your work history leaves with employers is an important one. But also consider that the past year has resulted in more periods of unemployment for otherwise stable employees than ever before. Employers are more understanding of employment gaps given the COVID-19 pandemic, but you… Read more »

Are Your Jobs Still Going Unfilled?

What is the solution to fill your open jobs right now? The challenge of finding the right talent for your open headcount is real. The job market is hyper-competitive, and sometimes candidates don’t have the right incentives to go back to work. Some individuals don’t even have that choice, with schools fluctuating between in-person and… Read more »

5 Ways You’ll Get Caught in a Resume Lie

It can be tempting to exaggerate or pad a resume to make it more relevant for a role you are especially interested in. But the risk of doing so is pretty high. There are many ways a hiring manager can spot a resume liar, so be careful. Here are just a few ways you can… Read more »

Summer Interview Attire Guide

The weather in Tennessee is warming up and the hotter days are here. The temps keep climbing, but you still need to look professional at your interview. It doesn’t matter if you are applying for a warehouse job or an office position. Professionalism shines through in how you present yourself in an interview. This post… Read more »

How do You Write a Resume for a High School Graduate?

School’s out! You want to get some work experience but have very little or no actual work history.  Here are some tips for what to put on your resume to help you catch your future employer’s eye.   Feature Your Education and Achievements  One of the advantages of LinkedIn, when compared to your resume, is that… Read more »

Better job Descriptions to Increase Your Applications

Job descriptions are the number one way you can improve your results in terms of the quality of the candidates you receive and the number of applications. But a job description is more than just a list of required skills and duties.  The question to ask yourself is whether you answer the candidate’s question, “what’s… Read more »

What Should I do if I miss my Interview?

Hopefully, you didn’t intentionally miss your interview, but we all know that life happens sometimes. What should you do if it really is out of your control?  Here are the steps you need to help rebound if you missed your interview – whatever the reason.   Acknowledge and Overcome the Mistake  Whatever happened that made… Read more »

What is an Inventory Clerk?

Inventory control is one of the most critical roles in the warehouse industry. But you might not know what an inventory clerk actually does or what training and education can help you succeed. This blog will provide an overview of the job, common duties of an inventory clerk, as well as the basic requirements to be… Read more »

Forklift or Lift?

2 men at a forklift having a conversation

Forklifts are a common, highly valued piece of equipment used to transport and handle heavy loads in warehouses and businesses across America. In fact, they are widely found in warehouses, agricultural, military, construction, and industrial job sites all over the world.  Lifts are also frequently used, highly in demand, and a critical tool in many… Read more »

Incentives for Filling Your Night Shift Positions

When it comes to finding talent for your late shift positions, part of the challenge is in positioning the benefits of working graveyard. But there are benefits. If you can communicate these low-cost and no-cost incentives that are natural benefits of working graveyard, you can encourage more 2nd and 3rd shift applicants or help convince your 1st shift… Read more »