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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 »

Effective Terms to Put in Your Resume

August 20th, 2014

When it comes to a resume, time is of the essence. That is, the amount of time a recruiter or hiring manager skims over your resume before deciding that you deserve further consideration or that you’re not a good fit. How long is this time? Careerbuilder.com earlier this year performed a survey and found that… Read More »

How to Make Your Cover Letter Stand Out

August 6th, 2014

Most job seekers believe the resume is the most important part of their job search. They are wrong. The cover letter is just as important as your resume. A cover letter can help differentiate you from other candidates. It can put in more detail why your skills, background and experience fits an open position perfectly.… Read More »

How to Hire Potential Leaders

July 30th, 2014

When it comes to hiring individuals for your Ontario, California company, there are people you want to hire because they’re good at getting the job done and there are those you want to hire because you know you always should be on the lookout for leaders. Some of the get-’er-done folks will turn into leaders.… Read More »

Should I Include a Photo on My Resume?

July 9th, 2014

When applying for a position, should you add a photo of yourself to the resume? As few as just 10 or even five years ago the answer was a resounding, NO!! The main reasons not to include a photo were a) it smacked of unprofessionalism and b) you risked being discriminated against (discrimination you could… Read More »

Salaries for Payroll Specialists in California

June 18th, 2014

Wondering what you could expect to get paid working as a payroll specialist within cities in California, particularly cities in Riverside and San Bernardino counties? Read below! Indeed.com reports that the average salary of a payroll specialist in Ontario is $35,000. This translates to about $16.82 an hour. Payroll specialists in Redlands are paid slightly… Read More »

How Much Does it Cost to Find a Job with a Staffing Service? Nothing!

June 4th, 2014

If looking for work, whether you need to find a job quickly or you’re looking for a position in your chosen career, sign up with one or more Inland Empire staffing services, such as Arrow Staffing. Not only can a staffing service find you temporary or even more permanent work quickly, the firm’s work on… Read More »

E-mail and Texting Tips for the Redlands Temporary Employee

May 7th, 2014

When it comes to using a company’s e-mail system to communicate with your assignment managers and colleagues, or when using text messages to send messages back and forth between you and your staffing or assignment manager, professionalism counts! We’ve found that too many of our temporary associates don’t understand that their temporary assignment is a… Read More »

What to do when an employee resigns

May 11th, 2011

Whether they’ve been a burr under your saddle or the best worker you ever hired, properly handling the situation when an employee resigns is very important.  Here are some actions that should become standard operating procedure when someone is leaving your company: Dig up their contract: Familiarize yourself with their start date, under what provisions… Read More »