Learning about your recruiter can be a valuable way to get to know someone important to your professional network. That personal connection can help build a relationship of trust and understanding that will really help you level up your career. Here at All-Star Personnel, we hire talented and dedicated recruiters who are committed to helping… Read more »
Do Temp Positions Have Benefits?
The short answer is yes! Many staffing firms treat their contractors with the same consideration and commitment to health and wellbeing that they would for long term employees. Working with a staffing agency provides several benefits beyond simply helping candidates find a job. They can provide employment benefits, such as healthcare, 401k plans, group insurance,… Read more »
Back to Basics: 6 Job Search Tips
When you are searching for a new job, it can be easy to get lost in the latest and greatest job search tips and tricks. But it is only the basics that will get you past the first round of an application. Don’t forget the importance of your resume, your cover letter, your application, and… Read more »
Temp Work Can Have Permanent Benefits
Working with a staffing agency provides several benefits beyond merely helping candidates find a job. They can provide employment benefits, such as healthcare, 401k plans, group insurance, and vacation or sick leave. But most importantly, they can help you build your career up to new heights. Here are five key benefits to working with a… Read more »
What Effect Does Overtime Have on Your Team?
While sometimes unavoidable, overtime is hard on employees. Workplace fatigue is recognized as one of the most critical hazards on the job. Job fatigue can occur at all levels, from CEO to the work floor. A tired worker can do harm to themselves and to others working with them. Culture has a large part to… Read more »
What Feedback Does the Staffing Agency Want After Your Assignment?
Feedback is a gift. And there’s no better place for feedback about a company than after you complete an assignment as a contractor. Don’t phone in this important part of the process. It only takes a couple minutes of your time to fill out the survey, but it can do a world of good to… Read more »
Leave the Suit and Tie at Home – What to Wear to Your Next Interview
The days of showing up for an interview uncomfortable and nervous are far behind us. Here’s a peek at what you should be wearing to your interview: confidence! You want to look professional, of course, but above all else, you want to look confident. You want to present yourself as an individual, confident in your… Read more »
4 Jobs in 18 Months – Does That Raise a Red Flag to the Company?
Multiple jobs in a short period of time can look bad to hiring managers, particularly if they are unexplained. But just because you may have bounced around in recent years, that doesn’t mean you should give up. The key to addressing this issue so it doesn’t raise red flags is to be upfront and explain… Read more »
Water Cooler Talk – What’s Really Going on Between Your Employees
Every employer knows that employees talk amongst themselves in ways they likely wouldn’t talk with their manager. While it’s ok to acknowledge those interactions happen, it’s also important to manage relationships in such a way that any office gossip or chatter doesn’t distract from the daily work. Here’s a glimpse into what’s really going on… Read more »
Which Fonts Lead to Your Resume Getting Thrown Out?
One of the most challenging aspects of a job search is the need to condense your career into a two-page summary. So much depends on your resume that it needs to be picture perfect to even get to the interview stage. That means that you need to be your own worst critic and really evaluate… Read more »