This Checklist Will Help Make Sure You Start Your New Job Right

Congratulations on your new job! The first day at a new job is exciting, but it can also make some people feel anxious. To make sure that your first day is a good one and sets a great impression for your new boss, follow this simple checklist. A Simple Checklist to Start Your New Job… Read more »

How to Navigate Your Job Search During COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 can be seen throughout every industry across the country. While companies are figuring out how, and in what manner, to conduct business, there is a lot of uncertainty. Many workers are being laid off or furloughed. It makes many job seekers wonder if they should even search for a new job… Read more »

The Benefits of Going Back to Work Instead of Collecting Unemployment

The job market has seen a range of ups and downs in 2020 – and it’s only July. Over 30 million workers have applied for unemployment since the middle of March. Unemployment benefits are usually managed within the states; however, with the CARES Act, a provision was made that adds a sizable amount of federal… Read more »

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 »

3 Tips for Developing Relationships with Your Coworkers

You spend a lot of time with your coworkers at the office. Since so much of your life is spent at work, it’s worth taking some time to develop relationships with your coworkers. Not only will friendships at work make your day more enjoyable, but it can also lead to greater successes and promotions at… Read more »

4 Tips for Preparing to Go Back to Work After COVID-19

The last two months have been quite the struggle for many, losing their jobs, having to stay home, quarantined due to COVID-19. From not going to work to avoid social gatherings, and changing the way you shop for groceries, it has changed life in many ways. Thankfully, much of the country is deciding how to… Read more »

Learn About the Best Format for a Warehouse Resume

The hiring manager of a warehouse sees several hundred resumes come through their desk on any given day. Plus, with automation filling up warehouse jobs, it makes getting noticed even hardr for even the most qualified worker. How do you get noticed in such a big stack of applications? There’s a unique format that you… Read more »