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Five Mistakes You Can’t Make in the Interview

April 19th, 2017

Job interviews are stressful, as just about everyone knows. So, you don’t want to add to the stress by making mistakes that can be easily avoided. Here are some interview mistakes that could very well knock you out of contention for the job, but can be easily avoided with a little preparation and awareness. 1.… Read More »

Tips to Deal with a Bad Boss

April 5th, 2017

They are out there. And you may be unfortunate enough to encounter one or more of them. They are bad bosses. There are plenty of good bosses out there, and count yourself lucky if you have one, but there are plenty of bad ones as well. If you should be unlucky enough to have a… Read More »

How Do You Know What Skills to Hire For?

March 22nd, 2017

Before hiring anyone, you need to assess their skills. But in order to do that, you need to know what skills are required for a particular type of job. To determine the skills required, you should first do a job analysis. 1. Doing a Job Analysis This is essentially determining the requirements of the job… 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 »

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 »

Avoid These Mistakes When You Receive a Job Offer

October 19th, 2016

You have come to the end of a long and arduous hiring process. You have been through multiple interviews. And, after all of that, the hiring manager likes you. The company has decided to hire you, and they have given you a job offer. You may think that now you can take your foot off… 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 »

Interview Questions for Warehouse Jobs

June 8th, 2016

Interviewing prospective employees is never an easy task. You want to ask the best questions, ones that will help you find the person who best fits the job. There are hundreds to choose from, but only so much time. You want questions that will help you to most effectively determine who has the qualities you… Read More »

Before the Interview: How to Prepare

October 8th, 2014

If you have a job interview scheduled in a week or so, you have some prep work to do. It’s unwise to just “wing it” when it comes to something that could change your life in such an important way. Read below for some tips on what to do and when before a job interview.… Read More »

How to Effectively Use LinkedIn to Land a Job

September 3rd, 2014

If looking for a new position, have you used LinkedIn to its full power yet? LinkedIn can help you not only connect to hiring managers, it can help you showcase your skills, background and education. It can help you network your way into a hiring manager’s field of vision and then allows you to stand… Read More »