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Warehouse/ Order Pickers

April 27th, 2017

Order Puller Redlands, Ca 11am-7pm Job Summary: Pull all orders in the warehouse there will be picking quota as set by warehouse management. Locate the product ; identify the proper product and quantity, pull the product, and transport the product to QC Loading and unloading of trailers Package items Print Shipping Labels If interested apply online… Read More »

When Should You Rely on Referrals in Hiring?

February 22nd, 2017

If your company is looking for new employees, people who know their jobs and have proven track records, you should use your current employees as a recruiting tool. Numerous studies have shown that employee referrals are the best (or one the best) hiring methods. Employee referrals are a great way to locate new talent for… Read More »

How Do You Pay a Temp Worker Who Deserves a High Salary?

January 25th, 2017

If you are hiring someone for a temporary position, and you need to determine what kind of salary to give the person, there are several steps you should take to figure out an adequate pay scale. 1. Evaluate the Job You first need to think about the duties and responsibilities of the job itself to… Read More »

Interview Questions for Production Supervisors

November 9th, 2016

The job of production supervisor can vary from company to company. They generally have a number of responsibilities, all with the goal of meeting a company’s production goals. They play an important role in many manufacturing industries, often taking a hands-on role in dealing with employees. They can plan, direct, or coordinate work activities. Production… 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 »

Preparing Your Elevator Speech – How to Sell Yourself in Under 30 Seconds

April 22nd, 2015

It’s called the elevator pitch and the term has become quite well known. It refers to a 30-second sales pitch. What you are selling is yourself and making your case to land a new job. It’s based on the idea that people are busy, and you won’t be able to keep their attention for very… Read More »

Three Transferable Job Skills You Didn’t Know You Had

March 4th, 2015

Most jobs require a specialized set of skills. Because these skills are unique to a particular job, they are useful only for that job. But there are other skills of a more general nature, ones that just about everyone uses no matter what job they have. They are skills that all employers value, and they… Read More »

Avoid an HR Meltdown by Preparing a Thorough Employee Handbook

February 25th, 2015

Some people in the business world look at employee handbooks dismissively. To these people, the handbooks are merely a laundry list of boilerplate rules and regulations, and for the most part are best ignored. This thought process is a very shortsighted attitude. If done right, employee handbooks are not only very important tools in establishing… Read More »

Investing in Your Employees to Ensure Long-Term Organizational Success

February 11th, 2015

Businesses naturally want to find the best people they can, those with the skills, knowledge and experience to help move the companies forward. They put a lot of effort into the hiring process to find the right person – series of interviews, tests, even assigning projects to candidates. But once the person has been hired,… Read More »

How Will Recruiting Evolve in 2015?

January 14th, 2015

The economy is gathering steam. Unemployment is dropping. What do these developments portend for 2015 in terms of recruiting new talent? Read on to find out a few of the predicted trends that recruiting specialists see for the upcoming year. 1. The balance of power begins to shift more toward candidates. When unemployment was high,… Read More »