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Interview Questions for Data Entry Positions

March 8th, 2017

Human resource professionals advise those who are looking for data entry operators to prioritize skills over education. In particular, operators should have top-notch computer skills, as well as being competent typists. They also need to be knowledgeable about workplace software and databases. Questions also need to be tailored to fit the particular type of job… Read More »

Forklift Driver Salaries in LA, Redlands, Riverside, and San Bernardino

September 3rd, 2014

Looking for Forklift Driver Jobs in Redlands or the rest of California? If you own or manage a company in the Inland Empire region that’s part of the warehousing/transportation sector, you can count your company among a bit more than 1,700 such businesses in the region. Economic Workforce Development through the California Community Colleges recently… Read More »

4 Benefits of Working with Staffing Provider in Redlands, CA

July 16th, 2014

If you own a company or manage a department of a company in Redlands, California, and you haven’t yet worked with a staffing service…why not!? If you’ve never partnered with a staffing service to help you staff your company/department, read below for the top four benefits of doing so. Staffing firms help you stay flexible.… Read More »

Salaries for Payroll Specialists in California

June 18th, 2014

Wondering what you could expect to get paid working as a payroll specialist within cities in California, particularly cities in Riverside and San Bernardino counties? Read below! Indeed.com reports that the average salary of a payroll specialist in Ontario is $35,000. This translates to about $16.82 an hour. Payroll specialists in Redlands are paid slightly… Read More »

How Much Does it Cost to Find a Job with a Staffing Service? Nothing!

June 4th, 2014

If looking for work, whether you need to find a job quickly or you’re looking for a position in your chosen career, sign up with one or more Inland Empire staffing services, such as Arrow Staffing. Not only can a staffing service find you temporary or even more permanent work quickly, the firm’s work on… Read More »

3 Ways to Train Unskilled Workers

February 12th, 2014

When it comes to training the unskilled, companies basically have three options: Hire them for attitude and then train them while on the job, Don’t hire them at all and hire only those who already are skilled, or Partner with local educational resources to train – and then hire – unskilled individuals. Training of the… Read More »

How to Train Unskilled Manufacturing Workers

December 11th, 2013

The lack of skills among many manufacturing workers is little short of astounding: BusinessWeek.com reported earlier this year that as many as 600,000 skilled manufacturing jobs went vacant. The Inland Empire itself is no stranger to a skilled worker gap. The County of San Bernardino Workforce Investment Board reported in 2011 that many manufacturing companies… Read More »

America’s Manufacturing Comeback

December 26th, 2012

Is manufacturing coming back in America? Forbes.com says yes. A resounding, boldfaced and all caps YES! The magazine reported in September that the Boston Consulting Group estimates that manufacturing jobs will grow by 5 million over the next decade. “With ongoing worldwide labor riots, rising global wages and equalizing expenditures, the cost advantages for American… Read More »

Is Employee Compensation on the Rise in Your Job Market?

October 3rd, 2012

If wages are any indication, the economic recovery appears to be improving somewhat, although still not all the way back. In just about all job categories, pay increased in 2011. It was the largest increase since the beginning of the recession in 2007. The data comes from the Pay Scale Index, which tracks pay for… Read More »

Salary Trends: Looking Bright(er) for the IE in 2012

June 7th, 2012

Things are looking up – finally! – for salaries in the Inland Empire in 2012. PayScale.com reported in April that the first quarter of 2012 saw wages rise in Riverside County by about one percent compared to the fourth quarter of 2011. This was the second highest growth from quarter to quarter since the peak… Read More »