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How to Find Qualified Job Candidates in a Competitive Inland Empire Economy

February 8th, 2017

The unemployment rate has declined dramatically since the recession. It is now more difficult than ever to find good people. If your company is looking to fill positions, how can you locate good job candidates? There are several ways. 1. Use a recruiting agency This is a very effective way to find good people. Recruiting… Read More »

Are You Ready for a New Job? This Will Help

October 5th, 2016

You have been at your job for a number of years now, and you just are not happy anymore. It is a real chore coming into work. You wonder, is it time to move on? It’s a big decision and you are not sure. How do you know if it’s really time to go? Here… Read More »

How a Staffing Service’s Website Can Bring You Your Ideal Worker

October 29th, 2014

Your company undoubtedly has a Jobs or Careers page, one at which job seekers can click through to see what opportunities currently are available at your firm. You may even have a whole recruiting website, one with its own url and one which speaks specifically as to why someone would want to work at your… Read More »

10 Simple Ways to Improve Workplace Productivity

August 27th, 2014

Time really is money in the workplace. If employees get their jobs and projects done faster, the company saves money (because employees can then go on to another project or task and therefore get more work done in the same amount of time). Yet some people generally work harder than others most of the time.… Read More »

Team Activities to Help Welcome New Hires

August 13th, 2014

Remember what it was like the first day of school when you’d just moved into the neighborhood? You knew no one, everyone seemed to know – and be friends with – everyone else, and you felt that everyone was staring at you. And then your teacher had the class sing a welcome song. Or you… Read More »

How the ACA is Affecting the Staffing Business

June 25th, 2014

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has affected individuals tremendously since the federal healthcare exchange had it’s (less than stellar) rollout in October. The employer portion of the ACA will be going into effect in January and staffing firms will be affected in ways both similar and different from our client companies. Come January, businesses with… Read More »

Why Am I Losing Candidates?

June 11th, 2014

Are you interviewing people, then getting back to your top candidate(s) a few weeks later and finding that the individuals have taken other positions? Is this happening regularly? If so, take a look at the first sentence above for a clue as to why you may be losing these prospects: you’re following up with them… Read More »

5 Interview Questions for a Payroll Specialist

May 28th, 2014

Read below for five interview questions you could ask the payroll specialist candidates you’re interviewing for a position at your Riverside company. While payroll is pretty much the same from company to company, each firm tends to have its own quirks and ways of doing things that are a bit different from every other company.… Read More »

The Cost of a Bad Hire in Redlands CA

May 14th, 2014

Most people who leave your employ don’t do so because they got fired for doing something bad. They’re let go because they can’t do the job, or – and this is far more common – they leave on their own because they don’t fit in with your company’s or department’s culture. The Harvard Business Review… Read More »

The Cost When an Employee Resigns ǀ A Bad Hire

March 12th, 2014

An employee who leaves your company costs you more than you may think. In addition to the costs associated with the fact that no one is in the position to do the job left open, there are many indirect as well as direct costs associated with an employee resignation. This is especially so when an… Read More »