Staffing Resources

How to Recover After Losing a Top-Performing Employee

April 25th, 2018

Turnover is a part of business. Like it or not, everyone experiences it at some point. There are times when more go, and times when it seems like you’ll have this team in place forever. That can be when real tragedy strikes – the leader of your team announces their resignation.   Recovering after losing […]

The Best Way to Answer to Why You Left Your Last Job

April 18th, 2018

‘Why did you leave your last job?’ is one of the most stressful questions you can be asked. In some situations, it’s no big deal. A friend wants to know, and you can be as honest as you’d like. When it’s in the interview setting, the pressure to represent yourself well as a professional while […]

How You Can Change Your Interview Style for Each Interview

April 11th, 2018

The standard style of interviewing is a tried and true method used by most employers around the world. Most candidates enter an interview expecting the same questions:   “Tell me about yourself.” “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” “Describe a time when you had to overcome an obstacle.” “Where do you see yourself in five […]

Who Should Proofread Your Resume Before You Send it to Potential Employers?

April 4th, 2018

You spend hours poring over your resume, trying to include every relevant detail. Finally, you send it off and on average, a recruiter will give you a six-second chance. This means a few things for the job seeker – make sure your layout is memorable, concise, and you avoid any obvious errors. In a Grammarly […]