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How to Find the Right Passive Job Candidate

April 26th, 2017

Generally, when a company is looking to hire someone, the business advertises the job in various places and then waits for the applications to arrive. But if this is all that a company does, it is missing out on some of the best people. These are the so-called passive job candidates. They are called passive… Read More »

When’s the Last Time Your Company Did a Safety Review?

April 12th, 2017

Every company should make sure to keep its workplace health and safety plan up to date. Obviously, safety is important, and having a plan in place that everyone adheres to is a key component to having a safe workplace. Companies also need to conduct periodic reviews of their safety plans. Here is a checklist of things… Read More »

Salary Guide for Forklift Positions in the Inland Empire

March 15th, 2017

Forklift operators use forklifts to stack and retrieve supplies and other materials. They load and unload materials from trucks, pick and pack products, count and check products for damages, stack and build pallets, and work with managers and other operators. They also have to document the materials moved and maintain inventory. To work in this… Read More »

One Skill That Carries Over to Every Job

January 18th, 2017

No matter what kind of job you have, there is one skill that you will need, and that is communication. In fact, many employers consider good communication skills to be the most important. But there are different types of communication skills, and you need to work to master all of them. Here is a list… Read More »

Interview Questions for Purchasing Coordinators

January 11th, 2017

Purchasing coordinators are responsible for purchases that companies make from their vendors. They have to prepare and process purchase orders, keep records of purchases, maintain information about vendors, provide descriptions of purchases and bids. They make sure that necessary inventory is kept in stock. The coordinator also schedules delivery of goods and makes sure that… Read More »

Can You Find a Job on Social Media?

January 4th, 2017

The obvious answer to that question is yes. And you should make the most of the opportunities that social media offers. Here are some ways that social media can help you in the job search. 1. Your personal website You can use your website on platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook to advertise yourself and your… Read More »

Increase Forklift Productivity with Three Tips

October 12th, 2016

If you want to get the most from your forklift and be as productive as possible, you need to take care of your vehicle, and you need to make sure you have good driving skills. Here are some tips on how to do these things. 1. Keep forklifts well maintained First, you should have the… Read More »

Interview Questions for Office Personnel

September 14th, 2016

If your company is looking to hire office personnel, many of the interview questions you can ask are similar to other kinds of jobs because the goal is the same – to find out what the job applicant can bring to the company, what value they can add, what problems they can solve. You are… Read More »

Leave a Lasting Impression at Your Next Group Interview

August 17th, 2016

It’s not really news to say that job interviews are stressful – everyone knows that. But some types can be more stressful than others. One of the more anxiety-producing types of interviews is known as the group interview or the panel interview. This is where a group of people interview the job candidate in one… Read More »

Improve Employee Engagement by Doing One Thing for Yourself

August 10th, 2016

That one thing is having self-confidence, which is the foundation of all leadership. It is difficult to inspire your workers if you are not inspired yourself. If you do not believe in yourself and what you are doing. Without confidence, there is no leadership, pure and simple. All of the other components of leadership rely… Read More »