What to Expect During Your Interview for a Clerical Job

Are you in the market for a clerical position? If so, you’re probably sending out your resume and preparing for interviews. While you’re comfortable with the resume you have, do you know what to expect during a clerical interview? What kinds of questions will employers ask and what should you bring to the table to… Read more »

5 Ways to Start Your Morning Off Right

If you’re a morning person, you probably already have a pretty good wake-up schedule. You rise to greet the day, enjoy your favorite warm beverage, and get working. But not everyone is a morning person, and some of us need a little extra boost to start our morning off right. If you’re looking for new… Read more »

Is Your Social Media Employer Proof?

In the age of digital communications and social media, job seekers need to consider the implications of what they have available to the public on the internet. Some companies do check public profiles before making hiring decisions, including your Instagram, Twitter, and even public Facebook feeds. Are you confident that they will make you an… Read more »

Ghosting – Why Are Candidates No-Showing Interviews?

We all know what ghosting is by now, but how does it apply to the job search? We often think it’s something unique to dating apps and other social media, but more companies are experiencing ghosting regularly when they begin talking with candidates. The truth is, it’s a phenomenon that’s been happening for a long… Read more »

One Question to Ask in the Job Interview to Ensure Success

You know there are several questions you should be asking in an interview. But we want to make sure you’re adding this one to the list. “What does your ideal hire accomplish in the first month?” You can even expand this to be 90 days or a year. Why? This question will give you an… Read more »

An Effective Cover Letter Avoids These Areas

You don’t have a lot of chances to make a first impression on an employer, so you need to make sure you’re paying specific attention to your cover letter. Most of the time, a formal cover letter is replaced by an email with your resume attached. This is the way the application processes have evolved… Read more »

Make Temporary Help Feel Welcome Quickly

A new employee always has a period of adjustment but for a temporary staff member the first few days on the job can be even more difficult. Often temps don’t feel like a full-fledged member of the team so it is imperative that managers make an effort to help them feel welcome starting on their… Read more »

Recruiters are a Part of Your Brand

Your local staffing provider can help you with your placement needs. However, it is important to know the best ways to work with a staffing company to deliver the best possible service for your company. If you change the way you think of your provider, as an extension of your human resources department, you begin… Read more »