Staffing Resources

5 Best Practices for Acing Your Dreaded Phone Interview

October 18th, 2019

In a world where email and text eliminate the need for face-to-face conversations, many people have come to dread talking on the phone. Because they’re out of practice, any call that comes through can be stressful and maybe even a little bit annoying. Even with these feelings, the unfortunate reality is that sometimes you need […]

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 […]

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 […]

Has Work Got You Stressed? Here Are 6 Tips to Get You Through the Day

June 5th, 2019

At some point in your career, you’ve likely felt stress on the job. it could a new role, new boss, new responsibilities or nothing new at all. The daily grind can be enough to increase anxiety in your life. In fact, 70% of adults feel some level of anxiety or stress every day, however knowing […]

Are You Having a Bad Week or Is It a Bad Job?

March 21st, 2019

Depending on your current feelings at work, you may be convincing yourself it’s just a rough couple of weeks and it will get better soon. Or maybe your “couple of weeks” has lasted nearly a year and you’re starting to wonder if it’s a bad job. Instead of wallowing in your misery, try these suggestions […]

The Impact of Being Negative at Work

February 28th, 2019

It’s likely you’ve experienced some bad days on the job. Things don’t go well, and the atmosphere of frustration and disappointment is heavy around the office. In the best situations, these are occasional occurrences and you know that within a few days everything will go back to normal.   In some cases, this is the […]

Job Hopper? Here’s How to Explain This in Your Next Interview

January 23rd, 2019

At some point during your career, you may experience a season of job hopping. Whether it’s due to freelancing, downsizing or dissatisfaction, you’ll rack up a lot of positions in a short amount of time. This can become an issue when it’s time to interview for a new position.   Employers are leery of job […]

What Are Your Business’s Hiring Needs For 2019?

January 16th, 2019

Oftentimes a company’s hiring plan revolves around filling positions as they open. It seems like you’re meeting hiring needs, but you might be over- or understaffing, depending on your organization. To avoid situations like this, it’s important to fully understand your hiring needs.   Perhaps you’ve hired great talent in the past because you didn’t […]

The Right Way to Write an Effective Job Posting

October 31st, 2017

Job postings on the internet have revolutionized the way both employers and job seekers find each other. It’s easier than ever to attract candidates to your open positions, but this openness also carries a downside: potentially thousands of resumes that aren’t what you’re looking for at your company.   The way you present your job […]

3 Tips for Finding the Right Resume Format for You

October 24th, 2017

When applying for a new job, your resume is often your first introduction to a potential employer. The impression it makes can either guarantee you an interview or send your application straight to the rejection pile. With that much pressure, the actual writing of a resume can be intimidating.   When you decide to do […]