Staffing Resources

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 […]

Relocating to Atlanta: Check Out These 5 Hot Spots

July 12th, 2019

Atlanta is a diverse and beautiful city, but like all cities can be overwhelming when relocating. From the deep history in the area, to innovative improvements to make the city more walkable, there’s so much to see and do. Instead of being bombarded with options, start with these five Atlanta hotspots to help you get […]

3 Reasons to Be Giving Your Employees Frequent Feedback

June 26th, 2019

The annual review is both a feared and respected tradition in the workforce. Goals are set at the beginning of the year, and then employees are judged on their achievements at the end. Team members walk in blind, unsure of what to expect, but hoping for the best. As the workforce evolves, it’s time to […]

5 Tactful Ways to Get Your Employees to Break Outside Their Comfort Zones

June 12th, 2019

As an employer, you know the ways to keep your team content on the job. You offer the right benefits, competitive salaries and a welcoming office culture that is designed to make anyone satisfied. The problem occurs when your employees become too comfortable. There’s a line that gets crossed when a worker settling into a […]

WOW Your New Candidates Before Their First Day on the Job

May 30th, 2019

Your new hire’s experience at your company begins before they step through the front door for their first day. Too often, not enough time and care is put into the initial stages of the new hire and thinking about their first day.   Think about your own experience – how many times have you sent […]

5 Steps to Becoming a Reliable Co-Worker

May 23rd, 2019

Considering how much time you spend on the job, getting along with your co-workers is essential. One of the best ways to develop professional relationships and work well with your team is to become a reliable co-worker. Here are five steps to get you there:   Start with good habits Being reliable for your team […]

How Is Your Business Planning to Combat Low Unemployment?

April 25th, 2019

Lower unemployment rates seem like a positive improvement for our workforce, but the trend isn’t without its dark side. It’s true, there are more jobs than ever in new and evolving fields, yet there aren’t enough candidates with the right skills or education to fill the roles. Companies scramble to quickly grow their numbers without […]

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 […]

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 […]