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The Interview is Over. Now What?

October 22nd, 2014

You’ve just left your job interview.  You feel it went very well. You and the hiring manager just seemed to click and you were able to show her how your skills and experience could help her solve the particular problems the open position would be called upon to solve. So now you just sit back… Read More »

Determining the Best Style of Leadership for Your Organization

October 15th, 2014

Just as finding employees with the right personality and work ethic to “fit” into your company’s culture is important, so is finding the right style of leadership. Have managers who engage in leaderships style that goes against the grain of your company’s “personality” and you’ll no doubt notice that it has a big negative impact… Read More »

Saying Yes or No to Social Media in the Workplace

September 25th, 2014

Social media is everywhere: there’s just no escaping it. Or is there? Many of your employees have accounts on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest, Vine, YouTube, and other social media sites. The party line today is that’s how your younger workers “connect” with their friends and loved ones. Your very company probably uses social… Read More »

How to Go Above and Beyond to Get the Interview

September 17th, 2014

You’ve just seen an open position that is absolutely, positively, no doubt about it, perfect for you. This is your job, the one you’ve been dreaming about for forever. It must become yours! Your first step in getting that job is getting an interview. Read below for tips on how to stand out among all… Read More »

How a Google Search Can Help You Choose the Right Person for the Job

September 10th, 2014

Many hiring managers perform a Google search on candidates even before calling top applicants in for a face-to-face interview. HuffingtonPost.com reported in March that upwards of “80 percent of employers Google job seekers before inviting them in for an interview.” As you’re checking out candidates’ online profiles, continue reading for some additional tips on how… Read More »

How to Land a Job Out of College in Redlands

July 23rd, 2014

If you’ve just graduated college in Redlands, congratulations! If your parents are wondering when you’re going to get a great paying job and start moving on your way to independence (hint: they want your bedroom back) but you’ve yet to find work, we understand. Finding work right out of college can be hard. Then again,… 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 »

6 Questions to Ask a Staffing Provider

April 23rd, 2014

Each year, Inavero studies how companies and organizations use staffing firms. Its latest study (2013) found that 22 percent of those organizations surveyed used a staffing or recruiting company “in the past year.” If your Riverside or San Bernardino county company plans to find a staffing firm this year, read below for six questions to… Read More »

What a Recruiter Can Do For Your Job Search

April 16th, 2014

Many people who come to us looking for work in the Inland Empire don’t quite understand what it is we can actually do for them here at Arrow Staffing. What can we do – and not do – for your job search? Please read below. The first thing we want our candidates to understand is… Read More »

5 Ways to Motivate Temporary Staff

April 9th, 2014

Many companies in the Inland Empire bring on temporary staff at different times of the year. As a distribution center hub, the companies in this area often bring on temporary associates during peak work cycles, such as in the fall (before Christmas). How can you help motivate these temporary workers? Read below for five tips.… Read More »