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Five Motivational Quotes to Help Your Career

March 1st, 2017

Listening to the words of others is a great source of motivation. It is always interesting and enlightening to hear the words of people who have been successful when they share their wisdom, the lessons they have learned from their experiences. Here are quotes from five such people, as they offer advice on how to… Read More »

What Else Should You Put on Your Job Application?

February 1st, 2017

Almost every job application has that little box where it asks you to add any additional comments that you feel are important to your application. This creates a conundrum for many people. What should you put in there, if anything? Often, you don’t really have to put anything in the box. After all, there is… Read More »

Is Your Resume Ready to be Found by the Applicant Tracking System?

December 7th, 2016

Many companies today use applicant tracking systems to sift through resumes of job applicants. These systems consist of software applications that automatically filter applications using certain preset criteria, such as keywords, skills, previous employers, work experience or educational background. Almost all recruiting agencies and most major corporations have some type of applicant tracking system. Knowing… Read More »

Trusting Employees Leads to Better Engagement

May 11th, 2016

Micromanaging can be a real problem. Most people realize this. It is particularly bad for employee morale, to say nothing about the effect it has on productivity by creating a bottleneck in the process. But it can be tough for some supervisors to stop micromanaging because they are constantly worried someone on their staff will… Read More »

How to Address Gaps in Your Resume

November 18th, 2015

Many people have gaps in their work histories. It could be because of layoffs, a return to school, raising a family, or some other reason. These gaps raise some red flags to employers, and so you need to address them at your interview. What is the best way to go about it? Here are a… Read More »

Forklift Driver Salaries in LA, Redlands, Riverside, and San Bernardino

September 3rd, 2014

Looking for Forklift Driver Jobs in Redlands or the rest of California? If you own or manage a company in the Inland Empire region that’s part of the warehousing/transportation sector, you can count your company among a bit more than 1,700 such businesses in the region. Economic Workforce Development through the California Community Colleges recently… Read More »

How to Fill the Hole When an Employee Resigns

November 20th, 2013

If an employee quits, leaving you with either a skills gap or with not enough people in your company to get your day-to-day projects complete, you may be wondering how you – and your company – will cope. If you’re a small firm and a departing employee takes some special skills or knowledge with him… Read More »

Hiring Great Temporary Workers

October 23rd, 2013

Too many companies think they can call up a staffing service, “order up some temps,” greet the temporary worker at the door the next day, and be done with it. Of course, you can do this. But to truly get the most out of your temporary workers, a little effort on your part can go… Read More »

Providing a Memorable Interview

October 17th, 2013

Many articles about job interviews focus on the job seeker; few take a look at how to do well in an interview from the employer’s perspective. But a good interview on a hiring manager’s part is just as important as for a job seeker. After all, the hiring manager wants to put his/her company or… Read More »

Interviewing Process – Be Efficient

October 2nd, 2013

Hiring new employees generally takes too long, especially when hiring for recent vacancies (as compared to hiring for newly created positions). Read below for some tips on how to make your interview process more efficient at your Inland Empire company. The process starts with your job description. Writing a great job description can cut days… Read More »