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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 »

Why Should Your Job Search Utilize a Staffing Agency?

February 15th, 2017

If you are beginning your job search, either for the first time or switching jobs, you may want to consider using a staffing agency. An agency can be a big help to you in finding a position that fits your background. Here are a few things an agency can offer. 1. The agency is working… 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 »

Avoid These Mistakes When You Make a Job Offer

October 26th, 2016

You have a job candidate whom you really like. You have interviewed him or her several times. He has met your team. Everything has gone well, and the person seems an excellent fit for the job. All that is left is to make an offer. Simple, right? Not so fast. It may look like a… 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 »

Avoid These Phrases on the Cover Letter if You Want to Land the Job

January 20th, 2016

You have put together what seems like a strong cover letter. You lay out why you want to work for this particular company, you have included some compelling stories that demonstrate your skills and leadership and also the personal qualities that will make you such a valuable asset. But weeks go by, and you hear… Read More »

When Do You Bring Someone Back to Your Organization?

January 13th, 2016

In the past, people would stay with companies a lot longer than they do today, sometimes for their entire career. That is no longer the case, especially for younger workers. In today’s economy, people are much more apt to jump around in search of new opportunities. Workers will even sometimes return to a company that… Read More »

When Do You Provide a Salary Range in the Job Interview?

December 16th, 2015

Bringing up the salary issue during an interview is always problematic. You don’t want to appear to be too eager to talk salary because it may give the wrong impression to the interviewer or interviewers. They may think you are only interested in money. On the other hand, you do want to get some idea… Read More »