Staffing Resources

How to Juggle Work and Back to School Time as a Parent

August 9th, 2018

As summer begins to wind down, you might find yourself feeling higher levels of anxiety as the fall season approaches. It isn’t all the pumpkin-flavored foods that are stressing you out – it’s the realization that soon it’s time to juggle your job and your kids going back to school.   While summer brings its […]

3 Key Points That Might Be Missing From Your Employee Handbook

May 30th, 2018

One of the most important resources for your company is its handbook. A well-assembled document is helpful for outlining all your policies for easy reference and ensuring all employees are on the same page. It creates the expectations for an organization, both in how employees behave and how they are treated.   A well-written employee […]

Looking To Make Your Workplace Desirable For Candidates? Follow These 3 Tips!

January 31st, 2018

In life it’s easy to overcompensate in every area. Instead of just listening to what people want, it can seem simpler to give them what you think they want. This tendency can present itself in a workplace as well, with employers thinking they understand what their employees want without taking the time to ask.   […]

Are You Using Your Social Media Pages to Your Advantage During Your Job Search?

January 26th, 2018

In 2018, social media is a part of most of our lives. More than 80 percent of all Americans use the internet, and 58 percent have Facebook accounts. That’s just the numbers for Facebook! Don’t forget about the other sites like Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and more.   Because most people use social media, it’s likely […]

7 Warning Signs Your New Hire Isn’t the Right Fit

January 19th, 2018

When you’ve spent hours carefully selecting the right candidate, you expect them to excel, succeed and make you proud. This may be the dream, but all too often candidates fall short of your expectations for many reasons. Your new employee may have seemed great in the interview, but simply falls flat in real life. Here […]

New Year, New Job: Top Job Search Trends for 2018

January 12th, 2018

With the new year comes new resolutions and the chance to embrace a fresh start. For many, these goals include eating better, exercising more, better self-care, improved budgeting and finding a new job. We want to be the best version of ourselves and will do whatever it takes to get there, including starting a new […]

Is Your Time-Consuming Hiring Process Stressing You Out? Time For a Change!

December 26th, 2017

Losing an employee can invite different reactions from people throughout your company. Friends may be sad to see someone they like go and enemies might be secretly pleased they’re gone. The team responsible for filling the role might feel a mix of those, combined with the dread of the hiring process.   A good plan […]

4 Tips for Calming Your Nerves Before an Important Interview

December 19th, 2017

Searching for a new job causes many different and often conflicting emotions. After weeks of submitting applications, no moment is greater than when the follow up is received to schedule an interview. Immediately after that elation, however, comes the panic.   It’s easy to sell yourself on paper, but the face-to-face meeting makes or breaks […]

3 Key Factors to Consider While Deciding Between Two Top Candidates

December 12th, 2017

Sometimes after you conduct a few interviews, it is clear who the best candidate is for your open position. Other times, it’s more complicated. In today’s competitive workforce, it’s not unlikely you’ll receive several more-than-qualified applicants eager to work at your company.   Your team goes through the standard process, but at the end you’re […]

5 Questions You Should Never Ask a Potential Employer

December 5th, 2017

We’ve all been there during those last minutes of a job interview. After spending time answering questions, it’s your turn to learn more about your potential employer. As much as you want to ask about pay or vacation, it’s important to recognize this step is a crucial part of the interview and requires preparation.   […]