Staffing Resources

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!

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!

Our Staffing Associate of the Month for January 2019:

February 6th, 2019

Congratulations, Kevin Tapia! We appreciate your hard work and wish you the best!

Announcing the Staffing Associate of the Month for December 2018

January 8th, 2019

Congratulations, Lisa Tillman!

STAFFING RESOURCES’ ASSOCIATE OF THE MONTH FOR DECEMBER 2018:

December 3rd, 2018

Congratulations, Kristin Keenan!

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 […]

Delete! Delete! Delete! Tips on How to Clean Up Your Social Media Pages Before Starting Your Job Search

November 21st, 2017

When beginning the job search, there are a few basic steps we all take. We know it’s important to update our resumes and portfolios so they’re ready to present to potential employers. We have a few outfits lined up to wear to interviews and enhance our professional wardrobe if necessary. Sometimes during all the preparation, […]

How to Make Your Previous, Boring Job Sound Appealing

August 21st, 2017

Talking about what excites you is simple. A passion swells up within you and you’re selling someone on your experiences without really trying. When interviewing for a new job, the hiring manager wants to see this kind of enthusiasm – but what do you if your old job was boring?   Find What You Loved […]

Leave it at the door! 4 Tips to Make Sure Stress from Work Doesn’t Follow You Home

August 7th, 2017

For many working Americans, the idea of “work/life balance” is synonymous with impossible. It’s a nice idea in theory but rarely executed well. In fact, almost 70% report they’re stressed about work and money. Even worse, most Americans feel they aren’t doing enough to manage their stress. Instead of letting stress get the best of […]

What to Do After Getting A “No” From Your Dream Job

July 24th, 2017

“I’m devastated. A month of interviewing. I thought I had it. Just got an automated rejection email today from a lady that I’ve had many conversations with. It all feels very cold.” This is just one of many stories from users on Reddit r/jobs. If you’ve ever gotten a “no” from your dream job or […]