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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 »

Interview Questions for Data Entry Positions

March 8th, 2017

Human resource professionals advise those who are looking for data entry operators to prioritize skills over education. In particular, operators should have top-notch computer skills, as well as being competent typists. They also need to be knowledgeable about workplace software and databases. Questions also need to be tailored to fit the particular type of job… 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 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 »

Do You Hire the Generalist or Specialist?

December 28th, 2016

Is it better to be a specialist or a generalist in today’s workforce? That depends on who you ask. Opinions differ, as there are advantages and disadvantages to each. Generalists are people who usually have a wide range of skills and experience in their field, while a specialist has a deep knowledge in some particular… Read More »

Prevent Illness in the Workplace

November 23rd, 2016

Getting sick is no fun. Besides feeling miserable, you have to take off from work and often fall behind there. Every year somewhere between 5 and 20 percent of people in the United States get the flu, which causes them to miss about 70 million days of work. That adds up to a business loss… Read More »

How to Prepare for a Job Search

June 22nd, 2016

You may be currently unemployed. Or you may be dissatisfied with your job. Whatever the reason, you are planning on looking for a new position. And you are about to embark on the daunting job search. Before you dive in, however, and start sending out resumes, you need to do a little planning and put… Read More »

What Happens When You Accept a Bad Job?

May 18th, 2016

OK, so you hate your job. It wasn’t supposed to be like this. But, you have been at the company for some time, and things haven’t been getting any better. You have to do something, but what? Here are a few ideas from career experts. 1. Figure out exactly what it is you hate about… Read More »