First Day, First Impressions – Here’s What to Do

Your first day on the job is all about the first impressions you make with your new colleagues and your new manager.  In the excitement and rush of onboarding, meeting lots of new people, and learning about new processes, it’s important to remember that you are being evaluated. Your future success within a new company… Read more »

Forklift Training – Here’s What You Need to Know

Forklifts are a common, highly valued piece of equipment used for the transportation and handling of 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.  As such forklift operators are in high demand. To do their job,… Read more »

More Profits Come from More Employee Transparency

It has become plain to see that corporate culture is evolving. As more diverse workforces call for transparency, respect, and recognition, employers have learned that to stay ahead of the curve they need to create a positive work culture and reputation that helps to attract and retain the top industry talent. But did you know… Read more »

When Should You Return to a Previous Job?

Hiring boomerang employees can be surprisingly good for employers, but when is it good for you as a candidate? 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…. Read more »

Five Job Search Behaviors that Cost You the Job

A job search can be a little intimidating but getting overly excited or nervous can cost you the perfect job opportunity. Interviews and resumes are the bread and butter of your job search, but so is finding out how well you’re perceived in the world and how prepared are you to take on work you… Read more »

Can You Work Multiple Assignments with a Temporary Staffing Agency?

A common question we get from job applicants is whether they can work multiple assignments as a temp. The answer is yes! This is just one of a whole slew of benefits that can make working with a staffing agency more appealing for contract workers. Here’s a look at why temporary workers may be getting the… Read more »

How to Correctly Handle Internal Employee Conflict

Healthy conflict is a part of the growth of a team and a business. But the sort of conflict that comes from negativity and unresponsive personality clashes can do real and lasting damage to the work environment and the productivity of your projects. To effectively handle internal employee conflict, here are a few things you… 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 »

Why Your Workplace Needs to Enforce a Mobile Device Policy

Are you dealing with a staff that is often distracted by their mobile devices? It’s a common problem in the workplace, but you should also keep in mind that it is very difficult for most workers to completely avoid being on their mobile devices during the day. It’s important to consider and really evaluate what… Read more »