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CRS Recruiter Achieves American Staffing Association Certification

When a recruiter takes the necessary steps towards becoming an American Staffing Association Certified Staffing Professional, it is a step to becoming part of the staffing elite. it is a display of commitment to learning the laws of the industry inside and out. We are proud to announce that one of our own, Janice Gregory,… Read more »

3 Tips for How to Properly End a Job Interview

You know that it’s important to do proper preparation for your job interview. For most candidates, that ends with preparing your responses to commonly asked interview questions. However, many candidates find themselves fumbling through an awkward phase of the interview – the closing. Confirm Your Interest The end of the interview is a perfect invitation… Read more »

3 Ways to Succeed as a Temporary Employee

Working as a temporary employee has grown in popularity, and even in economic struggle, it’s a promising avenue for finding reliable work. After all, being a temporary employee means that you are a direct reflection of your work. Therefore, when you work hard, go the extra mile, make an effort to fit it, and build… Read more »

Learn How to Stay Safe in a Warehouse This Summer

Warehouse safety is of paramount importance all year long, and the summer months bring unique issues for warehouse employees. Many people think that summer heat only affects outdoor workers, but warehouses are also susceptible to temperature increases as it heats up outside, which can negatively impact the well-being of your employees and also their productivity.… Read more »

6 Ideas to Help You Stay Busy While at Home During COVID-19

Are you stuck at home with the COVID-19 quarantines and social distance guidelines? Like the majority of Americans, you’re probably feeling a bit stir-crazy and maybe even feel yourself getting into a funk. Snap out of it! Take advantage of this time and follow these tips to stay busy. Remember the days when you used… Read more »

How to Keep Kids Busy and Learning During School Closures

If COVID-19 quarantines and school closures have you wearing the hat of cyberschool administrator, you’re not alone. In the last few weeks, parents across the country have had to learn how to create a schedule and workspace for their kids to do their schooling at home. For many kids, they are basically now attending a… Read more »

4 Tips for Dealing with the Stress from COVID-19

It’s hard to believe that the country has been under intense fear, restrictions, and life-altering circumstances for nearly a whole month already. From a global news story to one that is relevant to every local news outlet, COVID-19 has stolen everything from front page headlines to your own peace of mind. While following the guidelines… Read more »

How to Stay Safe During COVID-19

Even though the majority of the country has been ordered to stay home except for essential outings, like buying groceries, it’s still important to understand how to stay safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. This virus is complicated to pinpoint as it looks like many other illnesses that we’ve become more comfortable with, like the flu… Read more »

3 Tips for Making Sure You Have a Successful Phone Interview

If you’re searching for a new job, chances are you will go through quite a few phone interviews. This is a common step in the early phases of the interview process and requires special preparation. Some job seekers think that a phone interview is more laid back, but it’s still a very crucial time to… Read more »

As a Leader, it’s Important to Have These Personality Traits

To be a strong and effective leader in the workplace, you need to be able to engage your employees. Being able to engage your employees will lead to better overall communication, a higher productivity rate, and greater morale within your team. All of these positive outcomes can lead to greater success. So, how can a… Read more »