Staffing Resources

WOW Your New Candidates Before Their First Day on the Job

May 30th, 2019

Your new hire’s experience at your company begins before they step through the front door for their first day. Too often, not enough time and care is put into the initial stages of the new hire and thinking about their first day.   Think about your own experience – how many times have you sent […]

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 […]

How Is Your Business Planning to Combat Low Unemployment?

April 25th, 2019

Lower unemployment rates seem like a positive improvement for our workforce, but the trend isn’t without its dark side. It’s true, there are more jobs than ever in new and evolving fields, yet there aren’t enough candidates with the right skills or education to fill the roles. Companies scramble to quickly grow their numbers without […]

3 Subtle Signs Your Employees Are Burnt Out

March 28th, 2019

Every organization goes through seasons of intense workloads and never-ending projects. When this happens, your team works hard to push through, but this stress may cause problems down the line. When you don’t pay attention to these three subtle signs, your employees may become burnt out.   They’re making more mistakes than usual Because both […]

Here’s How to Handle Employee Disagreements

February 21st, 2019

One of the responsibilities of managing a company and its people is handling employee disagreements. Humans can find any reason to disagree, whether it’s who they are or what they like, and your employees are no exception. The worst part is a conflict is never isolated; once noticed, it affects the entire team.   Next […]

4 Reasons Your Business Should Be Involved in Your Community

January 30th, 2019

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a phrase often reserved for larger corporations. It conjures up images of Fortune 500 companies and the millions they give to solve world hunger and help our environment. In reality, it’s as simple as any business getting involved with its community to make a difference.   While there are many […]

Employee Appreciation Tips for the Holiday Season

December 27th, 2018

Businesses are either beginning to wind down or rev up during the holiday season, and no matter where your company falls, it’s the right time to express employee appreciation. For many, it’s a stressful season with workloads and out-of-office concerns and a little extra gratitude can go a long way. If you want to ramp […]

Using Social Media as a Part of Your Job Search

December 5th, 2018

During the course of its short life, social media has evolved from a tool to connect with friends to a force that permeates nearly every area of life. Unsurprisingly, this includes the job search. When applying for a job, it’s commonly suggested to edit your social media to make sure there’s nothing unsavory to keep […]

Graduating College? How to Utilize Your Network to Find a Job

June 20th, 2014

With thousands of college students eagerly receiving their diplomas last month from Georgia State University and many other area schools, there are even more people in the job market now. So, how can you make sure you stand out from the crowd of new graduates who are looking for a job? The first thing you […]

Minimize Staff Turnover with these 4 Steps

June 6th, 2014

One of the most difficult things for a company to face is frequent staff turnover. No matter where you go, staff turnover can become high, even if the company is one of the best to work for in its industry. The root causes of staff turnover can range from a poor compensation plan and tough […]