Staffing Resources

How to Remain Focused and Positive During Job Search Rejection

September 20th, 2019

The job search can be soul crushing to the point of despair. The longer you wait to hear back from companies, the increasing number of rejections you receive, and the more time spent waiting can push you to your breaking point. After several weeks or months, it’s nearly impossible to stay positive. Instead of letting […]

5 Ways to Revamp Your Company Culture for Upcoming Generations

September 13th, 2019

Improving company culture is an ongoing topic of conversation as more and more businesses recognize the need to cultivate a positive work environment. As millennials slowly saturate the workforce with Gen Z close on their heels, it’s important to recognize what used to work won’t with these new generations. When faced with a multigenerational workforce, […]

The Importance of Keeping Your LinkedIn Profile Up to Date Even If You Aren’t Job Searching

September 6th, 2019

LinkedIn frequently becomes just a box you check when entering the job search. You update your resume, draft a new cover letter, and spruce up your LinkedIn account because you know it’s important for companies to see the latest version of you. Unfortunately, waiting this long could cost you opportunities you never imagined.     The Seeking Never Stops Even if you aren’t […]

Smart Ways to Reach Out to Potential Candidates Over LinkedIn

August 23rd, 2019

LinkedIn is a great tool to search for and view potential candidates for positions at your company. Whether you’re in desperate need or casually browsing, it could be the home of your next all-star. No matter what your hiring status, you need to proceed wisely when reaching out to someone. Here are four smart ways […]

Weekend Fun: 8 Family-Friendly Activities in Atlanta, GA

August 16th, 2019

Atlanta is an amazing city with something for everyone. From its history to art and everything in between, visitors and residents of all ages are entertained year-round. If you’re considering moving to Atlanta for a new job, believe us when we say you won’t be disappointed. When part of your considerations relate to your children, […]

The Benefits of Sharing Success With Your Employees

August 9th, 2019

It’s no secret that a majority of American workers are dissatisfied in their current positions. Many, especially those in younger generations, will leave their jobs to find something where they feel more fulfilled and empowered. Knowing this is a widespread crisis, you have to ask yourself, what can I do as an employer to improve […]

How Could the STAR Method Benefit You in Your Next Interview?

August 2nd, 2019

The moment you hear the words “tell me about a time when” during an interview, you begin to sweat. If you were nervous before, it’s now exponentially worse. Suddenly, you’ve forgotten everything you’ve ever done in your career and have no idea what to provide an example. After a few sputtering attempts, you may be […]

Office Ergonomics Tips That Will Keep Your Employees Happy and Productive

July 24th, 2019

The idea of ergonomics in the workplace may sound like arranging everything according to feng shui practices to increase positivity and productivity. The difference is ergonomics isn’t based on the flow of energy; it’s a study of how efficient people are in their work environment with a goal of eliminating discomfort and potential injury. When […]

4 Tips to Clean Up Your Resume This Summer

July 18th, 2019

The long-awaited summer is the perfect time relax, have fun, and make edits to your resume. Take advantage of the relaxing vibe of summer to help clean up your resume so you’re prepared for any future or impending job searches. Here are four tips to help you get started.   Figure out your ultimate career […]

5 Benefits to Letting Your Office Employees Work Remote

July 16th, 2019

You hear more about the trends of telecommuting and letting your employees work from home, but you may still have reservations. It’s a big adjustment from having all your team in the office on the same schedule to then trusting them to get the work done independently. If you’re deciding if this is a good […]