Staffing Resources

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 […]

What You Can and Cannot Ask About Salary History

May 16th, 2019

Before you make a decision about a candidate, you might want to know what they’ve made previously and what they’re anticipating from a position at your company. This information can benefit your search, but such actions can be seen as discriminatory. Instead of flat out asking about salary history, make sure you’re aware of laws […]

Relocating to Atlanta, GA for a New Job? Here Are 6 Places to Visit!

May 9th, 2019

Moving to a new city for work is full of many different emotions, including anticipation, fear, uncertainty, excitement and everything in between. Part of the excitement comes from the fresh start in a new area with different places to explore. If Atlanta, Georgia, is where you’re headed for your new job, here are six places […]

Starting a Job Search for the First Time in Years? Here’s How to Update Your Resume

November 6th, 2018

Your resume is a living, breathing document that should be updated frequently, regardless if you plan to make a career change or apply for a side gig. Every time you start a new professional endeavor, engage in a volunteer activity or learn a new skill relevant to your field, take a moment and adjust your […]

How You Can Turn Around Your Bad Attitude at Work

October 16th, 2018

At some point, you’ve likely dealt with a bad attitude at work. Whether it was a co-worker, employee, or even your own, you know the effects it can have on morale. It seems as if there’s no way of pleasing this person, with everything just being another slight against them. Too often, you find your […]

5 Things to Prepare When Starting a New Job Search

October 3rd, 2018

The process of starting a job search seems as simple as deciding it’s time and beginning your search. In this scenario, finding a job would be just as easy, with an offer being extended after your first interview. Unfortunately, the real world involves a little more preparation.   Technically, you can dive in, but you’ve […]

How to Look for a New Job While You’re Still Employed

September 20th, 2018

It’s common knowledge that it’s easier to find a job while you already have one, so searching while employed is an advisable approach to finding new employment. It can be tempting to walk away from a job where you aren’t satisfied, but then you’re removing yourself from professional networks and potential opportunities. Looking for a […]

5 Ways to Save Time on Your Commute to Work

September 6th, 2018

People may do different jobs, but the daily commute is something that connects everyone. At some point, you’ve probably appreciated the solitary moments and been enraged at all the traffic. Usually, the commute is something you can’t control, yet that doesn’t mean you don’t have options. Instead of letting the back and forth get the […]

Making Your Newest Employees Comfortable with Your Existing Team

October 9th, 2015

Setting your team up for success often brings with it certain challenges. Introducing new team members to the group can shake things up a bit. However, it’s important to have a system for integrating new hires with your exiting work teams quickly. Why? This brings them up to speed in their role and it increases […]

Using Company Culture to Hire – Why It Matters

August 18th, 2015

Every company wants to hire the best possible people, especially those who will fit into the unique corporate culture. Hiring candidates based on their suitability for the corporate culture is something that many more recruiters are focused on today. Why? When candidates match up well with the culture of the organization, they tend to become […]