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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 »

Start the Day Better by Doing This the Night Before

April 20th, 2016

Many people believe they need to get a good start to their day if they want to perform at their best and be the most productive. They focus on the morning routine, and what they need to do to hit the ground running. But in the quest for success, you don’t want to overlook the… 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 »

Use Employee Referrals to Find Great Candidates

December 9th, 2015

If your company is having difficulty finding good people, you may want to make use of a great resource that is right under your nose – your own employees. Developing an employee referral system is a great way to locate good job candidates. There are several reasons for developing this system in your company. First,… Read More »

Do You Know What to Say When a Recruiter Calls?

December 2nd, 2015

In today’s workplace, recruiters play a larger role than ever before. In the constant search for top talent, companies are relying on the people who look for talent every day and have developed the networks to find it. You may be looking for a new job and decide that working with a recruiter is the… Read More »

Your Workers Deserve a Safe Workplace. Three Tips for Developing a Safety Policy

November 11th, 2015

Most companies realize the importance of maintaining a safe workplace. In addition to the ethical responsibilities companies have toward their workers, a safe workplace is just good business. Accidents disrupt operations in a number of ways – hurting productivity and costing money. Plus, safety violations could cost a company money in the form of government… Read More »

You Didn’t Get the Job After the Interview. Now What?

October 7th, 2015

You had a job interview at a company that you really want to work for. It seemed to go reasonably well. But you just found out that you didn’t get the job. What should you do now? Here are some tips on what course of action to take. 1. Evaluate your performance Go over the… Read More »

Forklift Drivers Being Fearful is a Good Thing

September 9th, 2015

Anyone who has seen a forklift in operation knows how effective it is in moving things around an industrial site. An experienced operator can make driving it look easy. But appearances can be deceiving. Forklifts may look rather small, but they are heavy equipment, often weighing more than a ton. If the driver is not… Read More »

Don’t Damage the Relationship with Your Recruiter

June 3rd, 2015

If you are using a recruiter, you naturally want to have a working relationship that is as close and amicable as possible. Having a good working relationship could make the difference in getting the job you want and being stuck in a seemingly endless job search. To maintain a good relationship, here are a few… Read More »

Feeling Burnt Out? Three Signs You Should Start Looking for a New Employment Opportunity

April 8th, 2015

You have been working at your current job for a number of years, and, to use a traditional phrase, it’s getting kind of old. You no longer feel any enthusiasm when going to work. In fact, often it’s hard just to muster the energy you need to get your assignments finished. You start to wonder,… Read More »