Staffing Resources

You Made a Mistake at Work…Here’s How to Own-Up to it!

April 18th, 2019

The moment you make a mistake on the job, your mind starts swirling with ideas about how to respond. Panic sets in and the temptation builds to ignore it or find a way to make it not your fault. You know the serious consequences a mistake at work can have and you want to avoid […]

5 Tell-Tale Signs Your Newest Employee Is “All Talk”

April 11th, 2019

Bringing on a new employee is always a risk. You use the interviews to get to know them and believe they’ll do a good job, but the only way to truly know is see them on the job. In the best situations, they come on and deliver everything they promised in the interview – and […]

3 Things You Should Do IMMEDIATELY After Applying to a New Job

April 4th, 2019

Applying for a job is not a one-step process. Submitting your resume and application is simply the first step of many, and failing to follow them can cost you a new job. Instead of leaving your situation up to fate, consider these three things you should do immediately after applying for a job.   Track […]

Staffing Associate of the Month for March 2019:

April 1st, 2019

Congratulations, Angelica Ramirez-Fulton! We appreciate your hard work and wish you the best!

3 Subtle Signs Your Employees Are Burnt Out

March 28th, 2019

Every organization goes through seasons of intense workloads and never-ending projects. When this happens, your team works hard to push through, but this stress may cause problems down the line. When you don’t pay attention to these three subtle signs, your employees may become burnt out.   They’re making more mistakes than usual Because both […]

Are You Having a Bad Week or Is It a Bad Job?

March 21st, 2019

Depending on your current feelings at work, you may be convincing yourself it’s just a rough couple of weeks and it will get better soon. Or maybe your “couple of weeks” has lasted nearly a year and you’re starting to wonder if it’s a bad job. Instead of wallowing in your misery, try these suggestions […]

Are You Properly Documenting Safety Incidents in Your Workplace?

March 14th, 2019

Workplace safety incidents can occur even with the best planning in place to prevent them. While unfortunate, you need to be prepared when an accident or injury occurs to properly document what happened. Beyond the importance for potential legal action, you want accurate records for the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA).   Start with […]

5 Professional Lessons You Can Learn From Your Manager

March 7th, 2019

No matter what type of boss you have, it’s usually a learning experience. The really bad ones will teach you what you shouldn’t do, and the great ones leave you with wisdom you can carry throughout your career. What’s important is to always be on the lookout for these professional lessons you can learn from […]

OUR STAFFING ASSOCIATE OF THE MONTH FOR FEBRUARY 2019:

March 1st, 2019

Congratulations, Jessica Hodges! We appreciate your hard work and wish you the best!

The Impact of Being Negative at Work

February 28th, 2019

It’s likely you’ve experienced some bad days on the job. Things don’t go well, and the atmosphere of frustration and disappointment is heavy around the office. In the best situations, these are occasional occurrences and you know that within a few days everything will go back to normal.   In some cases, this is the […]